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I am using Windows7 with Tortoise SVN.

I have a folder which is pointing to a path under Subversion (http://svn.belux.conseur.org/svn/repository/blabla/...).

I would like to have a script or a way to copy automatically all files from a source folder to a target location on my local network, after committing files.

Is there a way to do it?

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svn export can do this but you would have to use the command line tool and a batch script.

@echo off
svn commit %*
svn export %* \\server\folder\
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