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Pushing Files from Subversion

From: <pete_at_holidian.com>
Date: 2004-11-29 23:35:29 CET

Disclaimer: I'm new to source control in general and Subversion in specific -- I
have read the FAQs and searched around in the archives... please be gentle.

[I'm not even convinced that this feature is available in any of the source
control tools around today, but I've heard such good things about Subversion I
thought I would check here first.]

My situation is this: I have a custom Web CMS (in PHP/MySQL) installed and
running on four servers -- presently when I make an update, I have to manually
upload the affected files to the four servers and, truth be told, I'm lazy...
so it's a pain.

I'd like to be able to make the change and then push those changes to all of the
necessary servers. Does Subversion have the capacity to do this (or anything
remotely similar)? Is this a feature even offered by source control tools
today? If no to both of those, is there anywhere else I could look, or am I
just SOL?

It seems to me that this ought to be a common enough problem to have a solution,
but I don't seem to be looking in the right places.

Thanks in advance,

Pete Holiday

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