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code release cycle under svn

From: matt farey <matt.farey_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-14 15:09:50 CET

I've come late to SVN use, so I apologise if this question gives you a
bored sinking feeling!
A web dev project is getting increasingly complex, I would like to know
how to stage the release of the code to the web server, so that each
month I can use SVN to push a working set of files to the server
delivering a predictable code release cycle to the client.
I realise I could just commit (with note "release 1.0" in the log) from
my working copy, then from the server check out a particular revision
into the web root for that app, but was wondering if I could get some
thoughts from more experienced users. In major opensource releases I
notice there are often multiple directories corresponding to each new
release, I like this structure.
The project as a whole is only a few MB so I'm not too concerned about
HD space, what most concerns me is transparency, - I am still at the
newbie - "black box awe" stage of SVN use!

At the moment the repo is organised like so:
corresponds to the web doc root for the vhost concerned.
I realise this structure might have to change!

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