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RE: Looking into using Subversion

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2013 16:02:10 +0000

It seems pretty dangerous to me to just push dev changes to production. I suggest you have a build server, the watches for commits, runs unit tests and then deploys to staging. Once staging is tested you can push to production.

But, yea, each dev should have their own working environment. It cause much less conflict and problems.

BOb

From: vanderWalt.Devlyn_at_columbus.co.za [mailto:vanderWalt.Devlyn_at_columbus.co.za]
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2013 8:09 AM
To: Nico Kadel-Garcia
Cc: Subversion
Subject: Re: Looking into using Subversion

Thank for your response Nico. We what to debug from our development server. Not sure if
there maybe is away to develop on the local PC, and check in the file into the repository
(which will be on the Linux Server) which will copy it to the Tomcat's publish folder on
the server?

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_gmail.com<mailto:nkadel_at_gmail.com>>
To: vanderWalt.Devlyn_at_columbus.co.za<mailto:vanderWalt.Devlyn_at_columbus.co.za>
Cc: Subversion <users_at_subversion.apache.org<mailto:users_at_subversion.apache.org>>
Date: 2013/11/18 02:11 PM
Subject: Re: Looking into using Subversion

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They can, in theory, but it's awkward. Two people editing the same
file, at the same time are really likely to run into conflicts or
accidentally mix their changes into the same commit. So I don't
recommend it.

Why can't they work on their own copies, on their own Tomcat servers,
with tuned local Tomcat configs, and merge their changes in their own
branches to a single "master" that is what lives on the website?

On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 4:09 AM, <vanderWalt.Devlyn_at_columbus.co.za<mailto:vanderWalt.Devlyn_at_columbus.co.za>> wrote:
> Hi All
>
> I have been exploring the Subversion web site, also check out the High-Speed
> Tutorial. But stilling trying to work out if Subversion will be useful for
> us.
>
> We are developing a PHP Website hosted on our own Linux Server (a
> development server).
> We are also using Tomcat to host our website, and handle our Java Web
> Services for the
> website.
>
> The Developers are using Windows PC to develop, currently using, NetBeans
> for PHP
> development. And Eclipse for the Java Web services.
>
> The question is, can all the developers, work with the same working copy,
> which will be
> on the Linux server?
>
> Enjoy
> Devlyn
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