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Re: A little guidance for a new user?

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2004-11-11 18:38:36 CET

FIrst tip: don't use reply-to for starting a new thread of discussion. See
google for 'stealing threads' for the reasons why.

Jon Block wrote:
> Let's say, for example, that all of the files in my repository are ready
> for deployment. I'm trying to find out the best way using subversion to
> deploy a "build" to my production enviornment.
> My guess is that I would put the subversion client on my production server,
> and then issue a command on the production server which would execute some
> sort of checkout process.
> Is there documentation on how to do this properly? When I deploy my project
> to the production server, I don't want the svn administrative directories
> so there must be some option to check out a copy without that stuff.

'svn export' gets a directory tree from the repository without all the
metadata. Else, using rsync with apropriate excludes will do the job, even
without installing Subversion on the server, followed in preference by
scp(remote copy over SSH).


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