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Re: Dynamic Content directly from Repository?

From: Michael Hogsett <hogsett_at_csl.sri.com>
Date: 2005-03-24 19:15:23 CET

This is an interesting subject because I am working on a project
that does a similar thing.

My current model has two virtual hosts running on the same (or
eventually different) hosts.

The first host is the edit server. It will allow a user to
edit and preview the content. It can read, write, and commit
to the repository. This host has stringent requirements regarding
who can connect to it (e.g. requires SSL client certificates and
those certificates have to match certain criteria).

The second host is the display server. It will only update its working
copy and display the content. None of the PHP code that performs
the editing and commiting functions will be present on this virtual
server. I had planned to have a crontab that would svn update the
wc every hour.

The post-commit hook is a great idea for immediate publishing
when the virtual hosts are on the same host.


  - Mike

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