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From Brian Demers <bdem...@apache.org>
Subject Subversion commit post build
Date Tue, 22 Nov 2016 15:47:34 GMT
I'm guessing there might be jobs out there already doing something similar,
but given the number of jobs on builds.a.o I figured I'd ask before poking
around.

The Apache Shiro site, similar to other projects is generated from source
files, and then pushed to a 'publish' subversion directory.  Currently this
process involves a few manual steps, but it could all be scripted.

The catch is that the job needs run an 'svn commit' when it is complete.
Do any of the current jobs do this?

And taking this one step further, I'd like to be able to merge pull
requests from github (the site source is in git).
Ideally I'd envision a job that takes a pull request number as input,
merges and pushes to the ASF repo, builds the static site, and then commits
to SVN.

Can anyone point me in the right direction ?
-Brian

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