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Re: CVS Development connected to CVS production

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: CVS Development connected to CVS production
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 17:23:55 -0400

Patrik Sjöberg wrote:

> I was wondering what would be most logical when connecting your developing
> environment with the production environment. Let's say we have server
> "developing" which contains a new tagged version ver_2.0 and we want to
> release everything that is new there to the production environment which is
> located at another server. How should the root reposistory in the developing
> be connected to the root repository in the production environment?
> Can you have clients with the the developing environment as root repository
> and then view the cvs source at developing as a client to the production
> environment? In other words, you let the developers commit their changes to
> the developing cvs, and then, when finished, you tag the developing cvs with
> a new release number and commits it to the production cvs? Or should the
> connection be done in another way?

There's no reason you shouldn't set things up this way if you think it's worth
the effort of maintaining separate repositories.  Just import development
releases into the production repository.


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
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