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Newbie questions

From: Jim Priest <jim.priest_at_clickculture.com>
Date: 2005-02-07 21:29:49 CET

I setup Subversion at home over the weekend and have been playing with it
and reading everything I can find on the web - so far I'm impressed and
anxious to roll it out at work (where we currently have no version control!)

My questions deal more with directory/project structure...

We do web development - currently we have a Windows network - central
server, each project lives on the server and I currently download files to
my workstation, work on them and then sync them back to the server using
Beyond Compare.

Works well since for most projects it's one developer / project.

I'm curious how to best implement Subversion into this.

I know the repository will go on server.
Programmers will checkout projects to their workstations to work and commit
back to the server.
We also have a staging/demo server - is there some way I could 'push' files
to this? No necessarily as they are commited but at certain points
throughout a project.

As long as I backup the repository - I should be save regarding project

Enjoy reading the posts here (though most are over my head)


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