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Re: Newbie questions

From: Martin A. Brooks <martin_at_hinterlands.org>
Date: 2005-02-07 21:59:33 CET

Hi Jim

Jim Priest wrote:

>I know the repository will go on server.
>Programmers will checkout projects to their workstations to work and commit
>back to the server.

svn's model means everyone can work on the same files at the same time.
When people make conflicting changes they'll be automatically warned.

>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.

Yes, you could do this automatically using a post-commit hook,
alternatively, if using *nix, you could simply use a cron job to export
the HEAD into the staging environment or, even more simply, just
manually export.

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

Yes. Assuming your backup strategy is sound.



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