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    In SVN, is there a system / setup that exists to check modified dates before commit?


    We are currently using a version control system which has an integrated FTP tool to submit our teams changes from the repository to a clients website on approval. However, my question is, how can we track if the clients website has been updated by an external FTP client, before we commit our changes?

    In other words, does anyone know of a system / setup that has the functionality to check modified dates before committing? And if the dates are newer alert us of the changes made. At the moment, our version control systems FTP tool will overwrite anything that may have been done by an in-house web developer/designer for example.

    Thanks in advance.
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    You might check out this:
    http://guides.beanstalkapp.com/deplo...apistrano.html

    I'm not sure whether or not it has the functionality you're asking about built in, but you could probably write a before-deploy hook to perform the check.
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    This will certainly help out! Thank you very much E-Oreo

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