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From Erik Hatcher <>
Subject Re: whoops ... i may have screwed up the site.
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 12:45:50 GMT
Hoss - that could be my fault.  I had updated both the Lucene and  
Solr sites in svn yesterday, and while logged in to svn up the Solr  
site I also did that for Lucene (even though I knew Grant's nightly  
script was to update it also).

Looks like all is well now.

Is Hudson publishing the site?   I was under the impression (per the  
wiki documentation) that Grant's nightly script updated it.


On Oct 3, 2007, at 3:21 AM, Chris Hostetter wrote:

> I forgot that hudson now generates the site as part of hte nightly  
> build, i did a manual "svn update" on 
> and when i got some conflicts and  
> warnings i still didn't remember and did and "svn revert -R ." to  
> eliminate any local changes and get a prestine checkout from  
> subversion.
> Grant (et al):  I'm not sure if I've screwed things up in a way  
> that the Hudson script own't be able to handle.  at this point i  
> think i'm just going to leave well enough alone.
> one thing we may want to consider: if the hudson pushes the site  
> (instead of doing an svn checkout directly on people.a.o) we may  
> want to remove all the .svn directories so if other people make  
> stupid mistakes like i did it won't do anything except complain  
> that the working directory isn't a subversion working repository.
> -Hoss
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