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Recommended svn work flow?

From: Scott Fenton <scott_at_tierra-innovation.com>
Date: 2005-07-20 22:43:44 CEST

Hello,

We are attempting to move from cvs to svn. Here is our current workflow
using cvs:

- initially, web designers and coders have checked out the repos root and
each has their own working copy of the source tree.

- before editing files, they 'cvs update' the dir they are working in and
then make changes and commit them, fixing any conflicts that occur.

- at some point, certain committed files (not all) are approved to move to
the public web server. With cvs, these approved files are tagged 'LIVE' and
then the tagged files are copied into a 'live' working directory (using cvs
update -r LIVE) and then that 'live' directory is rsync'd with the public
server.

I'm looking for some advice on how best to recreate this process using
Subversion.

Thanks in advance.

-Scott

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