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RE: Keeping last-modified dates

From: Steve Fairhead <steve_at_fivetrees.com>
Date: 2006-08-30 15:33:26 CEST

Ted Dennison said:
Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Well, for *compiled* software projects using Makefiles or similar,
> Subversion's current behavior is useful. For me, it's not, as I write
> web sites in PHP, which is interpreted, not compiled. I don't use
> Makefiles.
Personally, I think anyone doing web work should be using something like the
W3C validator ( http://validator.w3.org/ ) as their compiler. I haven't
tried automating this myself, but I'd imagine that make would be quite
helpful for this kind of thing.

FWIW, I do quite a bit of web work, including PHP/MySQL. Everything I do
gets put through the W3C validator, and doesn't get published until it's
squeaky clean. But it's really more of a Lint than a compiler, and produces
no output as such (other than a webpage report, which I guess could be
stored, but manually). Also the workflow with PHP is a bit more complex than
with a source file - since it's dynamic, one has to capture the output and
submit that as a file to the validator.

Perhaps I'm missing your point?

(who has been known to use PHP/MySQL to generate compilable data-driven
.c/.h files...)

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