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RE: RE: Newbie questions

From: Crucius, Wesley <WCrucius_at_sandc.com>
Date: 2005-02-07 23:01:03 CET

>> 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.

>Doh. That's simple! I guess I could also 'export' and accomplish the
same thing??

The down side to doing an export is that a subsequent "update" of the
directory would require re-transfer of all the files. If you have a
"checked out" working copy, then an update only has to get the changes.
Depending on how big the site is and the type of connection between the
SVN server WebServer, this could be a very significant difference. The
downside to an acutal working copy is that you probably need to do
something to "hide" the .svn folder, but that's trivial, right?


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