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Website managment using SubVersion

From: Stefan <stefan-oltmanns_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-03-16 18:15:00 CET


I would like to use SubVersion for the following problem, I have never
used it before:

I would like SubVersion to manage a website with several developers,
there should be some branches, stable, testing and probably some older
one, with about 10 users having access to testing and 3 to stable, so
you always commit to testing, when it works correctly this change is
copied to stable by one of these 3 persons.
I would really prefer that over ftp, because here you directly see who
changed what, step back, you cannot replace files someone else has
updated already, etc.

So far it´s probably quite simple, but: How do I access to the branches
like in normal file system? I have a Apache 2 Server with PHP on Debian,
how is it possible to use a svn-repository as a document (and of course
also PHP-files) source?

I would like to have, svn should not be visible to normal website visitor:
www.example.com -> stable branch
testing.example.com -> testing branch

Any idea how I could do that with optimal performance?

Thank you,

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Received on Wed Mar 16 18:19:11 2005

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