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From: Nathan Rixham on 4 May 2010 23:56
Daevid Vincent wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Daevid Vincent [mailto:daevid(a)daevid.com]
>> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2010 12:33 PM
>> To: php-general(a)lists.php.net
>> Subject: [PHP] In need of CVS/SVN checkout script for
>> Production servers
>> Semi-off-topic, but I'm pretty sure you all are faced with this same
>> challenge, I figured it's worth a shot and maybe some flaming.
>> I'm looking for a script (bash or php) that I would run on my
>> web server that would do this or close to it:
>> 1. do a CVS/SVN checkout to a new timestamped directory
>> 2. change the symlink from the old directory
>> 3. change permissions to www-data:www-data on new directory
>> 4. and possibly tarball up the old directory.
>> I'm assuming this is a fairly common task, and I actually wrote one of
>> these at my previous job, but I can't find the script
>> anymore. I remember
>> it's not quite as trivial as it sounds and took a few hours
>> to perfect, so
>> I thought I'd try to save myself some time. :)
>> I have some other useful SVN scripts here if anyone is interested:
> Well, here is the one I'm using. I ended up just writing one (again!)
> http://www.daevid.com/content/examples/snippets.php :: "Production
> Deployment Script"
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