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Re: Concepts of how to promote Development Code to Production Code

From: Toby Thain <toby_at_telegraphics.com.au>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 16:51:37 -0500

On 19-Feb-09, at 2:03 PM, Johan Pretorius wrote:

> I'm currently using Tortoise SVN with Visual SVN Server and it's
> working
> great.
> I understand the basic work cycle (checkout/update working copy -->
> change
> working copy --> commit/merge changes to repository)
> What I don't understand is how to "promote" current development
> code to
> production (currently I simply merge the changes by using a diff
> program
> (WinMerge), but this is a lot of work, especially if the project
> has a lot
> of files)

You can serve the production site out of a working copy and use svn
update or svn switch to manage it. That will be easier than what you
are doing. For tracking changes, you'll want to learn about branches
(and tags) as Stefan mentioned.


> Any Ideas of how I can streamline this process? I will also like to
> control
> the production code (in order to track updates of the production code)
> Johan Pretorius
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