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Re: code release cycle under svn

From: Mike Brenner <mikeb_at_mitre.org>
Date: 2007-03-14 20:34:40 CET

Hi Ivan,

I don't think svn will push the files, I think the
web server needs to pull the files from svn.

In my web services a baseline takes several directories
(web server configuration files, sql files,
web applications, web services, documentation,
installation test programs, etc.). Svn can
check out the files with that directory structure,
if you have your server set up that way.

Since svn can check out all the directories underneath
any particular directory, you could create
a new directory for each baseline, then do an "svn co"
underneath the baseline's directory. You would have
to point your web configuration files to that
new subdirectory, of course.


Ivan Aleman wrote:
>> A web dev project ...
>> SVN to push a working set of files to the server ...
>> stage the release of the code to the web server ...

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