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Re: Using SVN with FTP Server

From: Tobias Rapp <t.rapp_at_noa-audio.com>
Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2008 14:43:26 +0200


> If it is not possible, can I setup a local repository on all my
> developer's machines, and use some kind of merge to update the
> changes ? Is it possible to do so ?

I'm in a similar situation with my personal homepage. I use a local
Subversion repository on my development machine for tracking file
changes. For uploading/syncing my local files with the remote FTP server
I use a commandline FTP client called "lftp" [1] which has a built-in
mirror command. "mirror -R -x ".svn" ." for example will upload all
changed files without Subversion's internal folders to the remote server.

lftp is available as a package for most GNU/Linux distributions. On
Windows you can get it as a part of Cygwin [2]. If you don't mind
working in a shell it probably fills your needs.


[1] http://lftp.yar.ru/
[2] http://cygwin.com/

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