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Re: post-update hook?

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-06-07 23:14:36 CEST

Concerning Re: post-update hook?
John Peacock wrote on 7 Jun 2004, 7:10, at least in part:

> Jan Hendrik wrote:
> > update on a working copy used exclusively by the local web dev
> > server/for uploads to the live web server (as John Peacock just
> > suggests in another thread).
> To amplify a little what I suggested on the other thread, having an
> automatic update for a webserver is great for a development server
> (not so much for production sites).

Indeed, too many flaws can go online too quick! :-)

> But there is no reason that the production server can't also have its
> own working copy; just make that one a manual update. If you are into
> that sort of thing, you can even make specific release tags and then
> switch the production server WC to the next release tag (instead of
> using the HEAD revision exclusively). You have lots of options...

Well, that's a bit beyond our current scope as the production server
is hosted outside ... don't have direct access ... and remotely
updating a working copy over dial-in ... surely not the best of
things. But one of the many options will finally do about what I
want, as always.

Jan Hendrik

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