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Re: Newbie questions

From: Craig Demyanovich <demmer12_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2005-02-07 22:09:09 CET


I've recently started reading _Pragmatic Version Control Using
Subversion_ (http://www.pragmaticprogrammer.com/titles/svn/index.html).
So far, I think it would be a good introductory book to version control
and Subversion for you.

Re: your staging/demo server, some people just install a Subversion
client on such a server and update its working copy after developers
commit changes to the repository. Then, the web server serves up the
pages from the working copy, except from the .svn directory (an
administrative directory in a working copy). With this working, some
people take it a step further and automate it with something like
CruiseControl, CruiseControl.NET, a custom script or one of the other
Continuous Integration tools out there.

The Subversion book covers repository backups

Good luck,

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Received on Mon Feb 7 22:12:29 2005

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