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RE: Website managment using SubVersion

From: Jim Priest <jim.priest_at_clickculture.com>
Date: 2005-03-16 18:28:18 CET

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan [mailto:stefan-oltmanns@gmx.net]

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

Stephan - I'm just getting started using Subversion for web development as
well. I'd suggest downloading it and trying it out on a small project - I
read the book but the best way to learn how/what it does is to jump in IMO.

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

This is certainly doable I think. Right now in our setup - each developer is
setup to work on their own PC's. When they commit changes back to the
repository - I have a script on our development server they can kick off and
it does an update which pulls all the latest changes from the repo to the
server. There is no FTP involved. I'm going to roll out the same thing (in a
more secure manner) for our production server. The benefit of this is if
something should go wrong I should be able to revert back to a previous
version pulled from the repository.

Right now I'm struggling with a new situation - we have a client site where
the client wants to edit some files - so I'm trying to figure out how best
to get those changes BACK into our repo - but that's another topic.


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