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Subversion for websites

From: Cliff Haithcock <cliff_at_rasantiago.com>
Date: 2007-01-29 19:36:42 CET

Hi all,

I reviewed the FAQ and searched through the archives for info on using
Subversion to manage website development. I could not find an answer to
the following situation.

We have a production db server, staging db server, and development db
servers for our developers. We plan to have developers checkout from the
trunk and set the staging and production environments to serve from
checked out tags.

Within each of the three development environments, we modify the db
connection script to point to the proper db server.

We are looking for a best practices solution for how to manage a file in
svn that our current setup requires to be different upon the usage of
the checked out code.

Do we pull the one db connection script out of svn and manage it
manually? Or is there some clever way to drive svn to solve our problem?
Or should we make our connection script smart enough to know which db
server it should connect to (we aren't exactly sure how to do this, but
will consider it)?


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