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Re: Using SVN for web applications made with PHP / MySQL?

From: Clemens Schwaighofer <cs_at_tequila.co.jp>
Date: 2004-12-17 04:02:20 CET

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On 12/17/2004 04:40 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> * We're used to having a web URL that is "the development version" of
> the project that we can look at. With a version control system, I'd
> check out the project, and then I'd have my own private URL for it where

you can do this with hook scripts. Thought I prefer to do this myself,
because I sometimes develop very tricky things and don't want them to be
in the "public" dev tree, before they are testable.

> * The application has a database behind it. How do I track changes to
> that? If I need to make a change to the database that's incompatible

I'd have a directory, where you have all your table, etc definitions, so
you can always track your changes. And if you have to change tables
column name, then you have to change the php too, so those changes go
hand in hand anyway.

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