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[nycphp-talk] Webserver file access (and version control)

Kenneth Dombrowski kenneth at ylayali.net
Mon Aug 20 06:49:09 EDT 2007


On 07-08-18 09:42 -0400, Cliff Hirsch wrote:
> On 8/17/07 12:45 PM, "Kenneth Dombrowski" <kenneth at ylayali.net> wrote:
> > finally, I agree with Chris that anybody doing serious work should be
> > using version control, but that is the next step, first you should have
> > your file permissions in order , and a reasonably good understanding of
> > what the commands above do, and why you want to do it.  also, use sudo.
> 
> Are there any issues related to having the version control hidden files and
> folders on a production site? Does the Subversion .svn folder need to be
> protected on a production site? Is the best practice to do ongoing updates
> on a production site using version control or to export  specific tagged
> versions to a production site (which would remove al the version control
> specific hidden files)?

Hi Cliff, 

I would never release a production site as a working directory;  I only
agree that version control is important for serious projects.  I do
check out my dev sites as working directories, and typically set up cvs
to trigger an update of the dev site for every commit

for moving to testing & production, I use shell scripts which operate on
specifically tagged versions & perform an export, like you describe 

Kenneth 





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