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Re: Using cvs for websites:

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: Using cvs for websites:
Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 13:27:57 -0400

Todd Mortensen wrote:

> I have used cvs in the past to manage small projects,  This is the first
> time I have used it to manage a php website.
> The setup I did is as follows.
> I imported the document root of the website.
> Then removed that copy and checked out a fresh copy from the repository like
> I usually do.
> I then checked out a copy of the site to my home location.   When I do a
> 'cvs commit' at home I have to do a 'cvs update' in the document root to get
> the changes merged across.  This isn't too much trouble (It would be nice to
> get rid of the two step process if anyone has done this type of setup).
> But my major question is. How can I update my document root now without
> having 'CVS' directories everywhere.  Can I centralize the location of all
> the CVS database information?

You might want the export command, but I'm not sure it matters.  Apache, at
least is configured by default to ignore CVS directories.


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