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Re[4]: Want to set up SVN for a web app

From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon_at_freemail.ru>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 21:53:19 +0400

Greetings, Bob Archer!

>> Fifth step is to make these changes available to public.
>> Here is the problem.
>> 1. Making public server another (readonly) working copy... not wise.
BA> It
>> 2. Continuous export's of the whole directory tree... not wise.
BA> Projects

BA> What about:

BA> 3. rsync (or ant or...) from your build server or other workstation that
BA> does have a working copy. This should be set up to exclude the .svn
BA> files and any .template type files you might use.

My working copy not accessible from the world :) And I need purely production
server side solution, so I could just connect to it from anywhere and issue an
updating command. However, this "anywhere" more often will be my home machine,
but what about these unpredictable situations, where you loosing your server
files (all or part of them) and need to get it back up and running as fast as
Really, do you think I would expose my working machine to the world?
Even my test server firewalled to the teeth. Working host even deeper inside
my own LAN, only accessible from dark and scary tunnel in server. With
toothy dog laid on the other end of it.

 Andrey Repin (anrdaemon_at_freemail.ru) 02.04.2009, <21:46>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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