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Re: Beyond Source Code Control

From: <joerg_at_joerghoh.de>
Date: 2007-11-16 21:25:11 CET


On Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 10:27:56AM -0600, Johnathan Gifford wrote:
> I'm doing a presentation for work called 'Subversion - Beyond Source
> Control'. I've got a found a few goods uses like:
> Database stored procedures, functions, views, and table creation
> Documents and Templates Network routing tables and configurations
> Are you doing something different with Subversion other than just source
> code control? I'd like to hear about it. No matter how crazy of use it
> may be (I hear rumors that there is a play that was collaboratively
> created using Subversion). If you feel you need to protect the innocent
> or unknowing, just use different names for the parties involved.

We use it for storing (and archiving) the configuration files of our
applications. Combined with an installation script (also contained in svn)
a deployment is a simple task to the admin 'do a svn up, run the "ant
install" command and restart the application'. Very handy.


What did you do to the cat? It looks half-dead. -Schroedinger's wife

Received on Fri Nov 16 21:29:47 2007

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