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Re: Automatically posting committed changes to production server

From: Maarten van der Veen <mjvdveen_at_ai.rug.nl>
Date: 2005-05-08 06:40:45 CEST

I do not know if the environment the developers use is identical to the
environment of the production server, but otherwise it would be quite
useful to think about setting up a working copy on the production (or
better a development server) for testing purposes only. Especially for
web applications the environment is important for how the application
runs.

We use a development working copy which is automatically updated with a
post-commit hook script. We update the production server working copy by
hand when we have reached a stable version on the development server.

Hope this helps,

Maarten

On Sun, 2005-05-08 at 09:22 +0800, Sinang, Danny wrote:
> Dear Users,
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> Am a newbie at this, so please bear with me.
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> We have a server running SVN acting as our source code repository and
> we have another box running our production web application.
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> If I understand it right, for any changes we want to effect on our
> production web application, our developers are supposed to :
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> 1. Check-in all their web application source code changes to the
> SVN server
> 2. Check out an updated version of the web application
> 3. Post the web application source to the production web server
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> Is there a better / faster / automated way than this ?
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> Is it possible to configure SVN to update our production web server
> for every committed change ?
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> Regards,
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> Danny
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