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From "Vanja Petreski" <vpetre...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: configure build trigger ('after each commit') web-console
Date Thu, 25 Oct 2007 10:55:05 GMT
I solved this issue with configuring OneMin scheduler. And that is enough
good for me, because Continuum doesn't build if there is no changes in SVN.
So, Continuum will update project from SVN and if there are changes he will
build, otheriwise not.

V

On 10/25/07, aldana <aldana@gmx.de> wrote:
>
>
> i want a build to be triggered on each commit on my svn server. in jira it
> has been discussed to trigger this though a post-commit hook in
> subversion.
> i would like to configure this not through svn merely through continuum
> itself.
>
> is there a way for continuum to somehow poll the subversion-repository
> (similar to cruise control) and to set this on the continuum web-console?
> jira was a bit unclear about it (it only mentions post-commit hooks of the
> respective scm-implementation).
>
> i am currently using 1.1-beta-3.
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