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Fwd: Re: ftp-ing working directory to live website

From: Johnathan Gifford <jgifford_at_wernervas.com>
Date: 2006-10-26 19:56:46 CEST

If you have everything you want to deploy in your repository, forget the

working copy. From your web server, use the 'svn export' command to
everything from the repository.

Another option would be to create a working copy on the web server (and

don't forget to tell the webserver to not serve up those .svn files and

directories). By creating a working copy on the webserver, it makes
rollouts, and rollbacks very easy using the 'svn update' command. Be
when creating a working copy, that the account only has read access to


> On Thu, Oct 26, 2006 at 12:32 PM, in message
 <FA594DC4-2DA0-43EB-B866-59F5CE3A931E@esidesign.com>, James Tu
 <jtu@esidesign.com> wrote:
> We're using subversion for websites that were creating.
> When we want to 'release' it to the live website, I bascially check

> out the latest copy of the entire directory and FTP it up to the
> However, I just want the files and not any hidden svn files to go to

> the server...how do I do this?
> - James
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