Semi OT: Subversion
allan at goal.co.za
Wed Nov 7 15:38:46 UTC 2007
build the subversion repo on the dev web server, in the /var/website
directory, thus, all updated code will be displayed live on the webserver.
And to go from dev to live site, a quick svn co from the live site, and
bob's your uncle.
On Nov 7, 2007 5:15 PM, Ashley M. Kirchner <ashley at pcraft.com> wrote:
> Just a bit OT here... I'm trying to figure out whether I can do
> this with subversion or not: We're starting to revamp one of our
> websites, but are keeping the current one live and slowly push updated
> code out. Right now we have our live server and we have a dev server
> which is a mirror of the live one (or started out as such.) Is there
> some way to incorporate subversion into this process where our
> developers can use it such as:
> a) They can check out files they're going to work on, then back in
> when they're done. But have it setup in such a ay that those files are
> accessible through the normal http protocol so they can look at it
> through a browser (as if they're just browsing a website, NOT browsing
> b) When we approve the updated code, a way to then push them through
> to the live server.
> I know one can have a web "view" of all the files, but that's
> looking at the actual code (and this will still need to be available)
> however we also want the repository setup in such a way that they can
> view the actual site as they're working on code. And once we can
> approve the updates, someone (probably me) will then push the new
> changes from this dev server onto the live one. And on the live one, we
> would need a way to roll back if something breaks, however unlikely.
> So, has anyone ever done this? Is there documentation somewhere
> that anyone can point out to me? Thanks!
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