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Running Code

From: The Dan Keefer <dan_keefer_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-21 20:13:36 CEST

  Recently we attended the Coldfusion conference in DC and one of the presenters talked about using Subversion for version control.
  I downloaded the "book" and read the first few chapters and got a basic idea of how it works. Very basic.
  However, I have a couple concerns and don't know if they are legitimate or not.
  Our environment is such that 4-5 developers write code on local machines and we copy our new files and changes to a server for others to copy to their machines.
  The code is in one folder with perhaps three subfolders.
  1. It sounds like Subversion would require you to copy the entire code each day if you wish to remain current.
  2. Nothing I saw in the documentation seemed to clear talk about running the code as you test things, which obviously requires access to more files than those you have changed or added as well as an expected path.
  How do you rectify all these version with having to test the code as you are debugging it.
  Right now we simply call our software using HTTP and a known path.
Received on Mon Aug 21 20:17:30 2006

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