Jim O'Shea wrote:
> This might seem like a bit of a stupid q but anyway.
> I'm trying to set up cvs for a web development project. We use IIS and jrun
> to publish or JSP pages on our webserver.
> As u know cvs put ",v" extension on to the files so i was wondering is then
> possible to get the webserver to read the jsp's from the repository on a
> linux box.
>> Is it even possible with Tomcat and appache.
The easiest was would be to check the repository out to somewhere that
the web-server knows about, and do a regular cvs update as a cron job
(or some other scheduling method). At least, that's my first impression.
David Neary, E-Mail dave.neary at palamon.ie
Palamon Technologies Ltd. Phone +353-1-634-5059
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