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Subversion, PHP and Web development

From: Federico Edelman <fedelman_at_claxson.com>
Date: 2004-02-23 19:16:23 CET

Hi guys, I've planned migrate my development environment to Subversion.
Our developments are PHP-Web Sites based. Basically, we need a
repository with capabilities of versioning (mostly different than C/C++

I think Subversion is a good choice, but I don't know how to resolve the
following scenario:

1. The user gets (checkout) a copy of the repository.
2. He modifies his local copy.
3. He update (commit) your local copy into repository.
4. He should surf through the website modifications, but at this moment
the copy in the repository is on "SVN format".

I need resolve the 4th point. I think that I could use a "hooks-scripts"
into "post-commit" stage that it runs a "svn checkout" into the Apache
"DocumentRoot path" of the Web Site.
Am I right or what's the way to resolve them?

Thanks in advance.

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