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Subversion and Project Environments (Dev / Test / Prod)

From: Brendan van Drempt <Brendan_vanDrempt_at_scholastic.com.au>
Date: 2004-05-27 02:27:19 CEST

I am in the processing of setting up Subversion to manage the development of
a website.

Subversion Repository on Windows Server machine running SVNserve. Windows
development machines running TortoiseSVN client. (soon to add mac
development machines, when we decide on a suitable mac subversion client)

* What is the best way to implement Subversion across my Dev / Test /
Production sites?

* Should each environment be a 'working copy' of the repository, and then
use a client tool to update to particular revisions? (in addition to the
working copies of the developers)

* Should I be using 'tags' to set releases?

Need a bit of clarity here.



Brendan van Drempt
Analyst / Programmer
Email: brendan_vandrempt@scholastic.com.au

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