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Re: Publishing final copy

From: David Gardner <jgg.lists_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-18 15:36:58 CEST

I kinda have a similar situation where I'm going to be the primary web
developer for a company that has a dedicated web server (win 2003

I was planning on putting SVN on that server to version control my
ColdFusion and HTML files.

So what I'll end up with is my repository on the server, and then I'll
also need another copy that goes into the web root, which is where the
site is published.

Idea 1: My friend said that perhaps I could have the web root be a
checked out version of the repo. So after I committed my changes from
my remote computer into the repo, I would do an Update on the web root
so that it would sync up with the repo. But this would put hidden
".svn" folders in my web root structure (maybe that is bad, I don't
know). And I don't really knowwhat other ramifications this would
have since I'm kinda new to SVN.

Idea 2: Do some kind of Export from the repo to the web root. But I
wonder if I can do an Export of only the latest changes and not the
whole site.

I'm sure this kind of thing has been done before, by web developers
who like to version control. I just need to find out how they do it.

Maybe my issue is the same to Michael's....??

On 6/15/07, Robert Roessler <robertr@rftp.com> wrote:
> Michael Overmeyer wrote:
> > I have installed SVN/TSVN, with everything residing locally. What is
> > the best way to update the original files after I have committed the
> > final changes to the repository? I notice that I can "Export" from my
> > WC back to the original, but didn't know if this was recommended.

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