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using svn with Coldfusion

From: MB <meelzooi2000_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-01-24 12:37:25 CET

We have here a cfmx development server currently using
visual source safe 2000. Developers develop by
checking out a file on the development server,
changing it and checking it back in. Vss however locks
a file so only 1 user a time can work on it and vss is
not well known for version control. So we consider

We would like to have a scenario where each user has a
development directory (locally or on the development
server) with
a copy of the webapplication. He can change files in
this directory, can see the changed files in a browser
and can commit them to the repository if ok.
Problem with having the development
directories locally is: you need a webserver and cfmx
server set up on each machine to be able to see
changes before comitting them. For this we need more

When setting up a dev directory for each user on the
dev server I need to set up mappings for each
directory on the server. I don't see how in the
coldfusion administrator 1 mapping can refer to
multiple (development) directories.

Is there a way to use svn with multiple development
directories or do we have to stick with the current
setup: 1 development directory where each user checks
in and commits files and svn merges files if needed?

Thanks for any help,


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