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FW: Website development

From: Atkinson, Chip
Subject: FW: Website development
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2001 10:03:14 -0700

Sorry.  I meant to send this to the list rather than directly to the sender.


-----Original Message-----
From: Atkinson, Chip 
Sent: Friday, February 16, 2001 9:58 AM
To: 'Derek R. Price'
Subject: RE: Website development

I actually did try searching but came up with very little.  I think that the
problem is not knowing the "language" to look for.  

Thanks for the information.  One thing that I've encountered is the need to
take very tiny steps with web development some times.  Part of this is
because browsers aren't like compilers.  Things like 
<tr><td>blah blah blah</td><tr>
get rendered differently than
    blah blah blah
Icky stuff like that means that if you wrote the entire page at once you may
end up having to re-do the entire thing after you see how it's rendered by
the browser.

I guess to summarize, I'd like to avoid having to force people to
drastically change the way that things are done in order to use CVS.  

Let me ponder your suggestion though.  


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Derek R. Price [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2001 5:48 PM
> To: Atkinson, Chip
> Cc: 'address@hidden'
> Subject: Re: Website development
> "Atkinson, Chip" wrote:
> > We need to all work out of the same directory, which is 
> where the web server
> > works out of and we can't just set up multiple web servers 
> because it's not
> > just a regular Apache or IIS setup.
> There have been several threads on this topic recently.  You 
> should search on
> or
> The synopsis is:
> Why don't you copy (or export, or checkout) changed files 
> into the web server's
> directories only when you need to test/publish?  'cvs co' 
> should make this
> rather efficient.
> Derek
> --
> Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( 
> )
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