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RE: using svn with Coldfusion

From: Johnson, Rick <JohnsonR_at_gc.adventist.org>
Date: 2006-01-24 14:04:07 CET

> 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 licenses.
Each developer can have a copy of the Cold Fusion server on their own
machine for free using the Cold Fusion Developer Edition. Here's the
link to the Product Comparison page that explains it:
ns/. If I were you, I would have each developer set up the developer
edition on their own machine and check out working copies. Test changes
locally and committ to your central development server.


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