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svn repos layout for PHP using different environments ?

From: Ward Loockx <ward_at_loockx.be>
Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2008 11:33:15 +0100


I'm trying to set up a repository with svn for PHP development. But
there are a few problems coming up.

The work now is devided in 3 section:
/www/project (live env./production env.)

When we do new development we do it in the test environment after that
is done we copy it to test env. where we do testing and after that to
the production area. Now I wan't to keep this structure to avoid
mistakes in production evironment. Does anybody has experience with this
? I Could use some branches but for a small change the project needs to
be copied every time..

Another problem is that we need to test it while developing so after a
commit, SVN has to copy it to a webserver using hooks. I still haven't
found the right way to distinguish all the work done (svn/webserver).

Has somebody experience using PHP with different environments or php
code versioning?

Ward Loockx

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