Rendering Subversion version of HEAD

Anderson Lizardo lizardo at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Jun 30 11:45:49 PDT 2004


On Wednesday 30 June 2004 13:15, Matthew Burgess wrote:
> Randy McMurchy <randy at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
> > It appears that HEAD is being rendered and synced to the mirrors,
> > but it's what is in CVS and not Subversion. Is there going to be a
> > cutover date when Subversion will start being rendered during the
> > scheduled cron runs.
>
> I was going to respond to your previous post regarding this.  I'm going
> to attempt to get a render-on-commit going tonight.  That is, as soon as
> someone changes the book, a new version will be generated.  If this
> works out successfully then I'll declare render-lfs.sh (our current cron
> job script) obsolete for regular renders of the book, although it'll
> need to be made svn-aware for when a release is made.  Anderson, can you
> deal with this please?

Okay, I'm looking into it now.

BTW, Is it possible for the render-on-commit script just call 
render-lfs-book.sh with the apropriate parameters? I'd like to avoid 
duplicating the "core" code (i.e. the actual rendering code) if possible.

Thanks,
-- 
Anderson Lizardo
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