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Re: Web developpement with CVS...

From: Tobias Brox
Subject: Re: Web developpement with CVS...
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 01:47:39 +0400
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[Jesus Manuel NAVARRO LOPEZ - Thu at 11:12:24AM +0200]
> ???  Do you really want last versions for all files no matter if they're
> buggy or simply they collide one against others I can't believe this.

If they have separated development server and production server, that can be
a good enough solution.  The production server, at the other hand, is Holy,
all updates should be very well planned and tested - maybe except some few
emergency changes and emergency rollbacks when somebody discovers that there
was done too little planning and testing.

> 1/ Why don't you want PHP to be installed on every desktop?

At my former workplace, I wouldn't say people had have workstations - they
had playstations.  I think it would have been impossible to get each one of
them to install anything at all except for games and GUI-applications, and I
don't think it would be trivial for any system administrator to do anything
at all with those boxes.

I guess it's an all too common situation.

Anyway, a system with separate development server and production server
worked out quite well for us.

Unemployed hacker
Will program for food!

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