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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2017 11:11 pm    Post subject: Unix and Windows ( CI ) repository Reply with quote

Hi Forum,

1) How can we the attributes of CI ( server ) up to date in the repository ?
2) Can any one let me know if there are automated ways where we can keep the repositories up to date ?
I want to avoid manual efforts

The option i was thinking to set all the CI attributes mandatory, if some one wants to update the server then he/she should add all the information.

My query is "" what if the owner leaves company and server project / priority might change """ ?

Can any one suggest how we can keep our repositories up to date ?
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