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Re: Update files on server from local machine

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-19 20:45:20 CET

On Jan 19, 2006, at 16:39, Stefan Schwarzer wrote:

> I have subversion installed on my local machine. Here I do the
> changes to the code and update my (local) repository. How can I
> update the files on the server after minor changes? I could do a
> checkout locally and transfer all files to the server. But as the
> files are rather many and big, it does not sound like an
> intelligent solution.
> The other, for me more logical one is to somehow checkout the
> latest version to the server - or from the server. So I did not
> really understand the manual, as I saw that somehow this distant
> update/checkout exists. Should I update from the local machine to
> the server - the other way around? And how does it work?

To make this easy, the repository should be hosted on a computer that
both your development machine and the production server have access
to. That could be the production server, or it could be your
development machine, provided you have the necessary outgoing network
privileges (proper ports opened through your firewall, for example),
or it could be a completely separate third machine. Then you can have
a working copy checked out on your development machine, and another
one checked out on the production server, and update the production
working copy as needed.

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