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Re: CVS for website maintenance ?

From: John
Subject: Re: CVS for website maintenance ?
Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 20:10:40 GMT

On Tue, 14 May 2002 11:47:00 -0600, Tom Hall
<address@hidden> wrote:

>Is this the wrong list ?
1) Correct list.

>Assume you have a website and you'd like to be able to have
>several people make changes to it.
>Would it make sense to use CVS for this ?
2) CVS is so made for this type of work.  Your web site is coded in
HTML, JSP, ASP, Php, or something along those lines.  So when a
developer need to change a page on the web site, the developer would
checkout the file that creates that page, updates that file, and then
checks the file.  Now you will have a history of changes to each page.

>Does anyone know of a website currently being maintained this way ?
3)  Now all CVS does is maintain the source code.  You the developer
will still need to promote you pages to the web server. 


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