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Re: IIS Website versioning

From: Ryan Wilcox <ryanwilcox_at_mac.com>
Date: 2004-04-20 23:38:44 CEST

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On 4/20/04, at 4:58 PM, Brian Mathis said:

>The problems I see for something like that are more administrative than
>techincal. Do you really want your clients to be able to see every
>single little change as it happens? It sounds good at first, but IMO it
>will cause more problems than it will fix.

I'm (slowly) working on doing something similar, but I was going to use
subversion properties to set that a revision (or two or three) was "not for
release". Your program/script that does the export or CO could check for the
property setting before doing its thing.

Of course, there's issues with people setting/not setting this flag...

I'd love to hear other suggestions,
_Ryan Wilcox

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