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Re: Two directories for one project or module

From: Adrian Constantin
Subject: Re: Two directories for one project or module
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 14:06:00 -0700 (PDT)

--- Kenneth Dombrowski <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 04-06-20 09:49 -0700, Adrian Constantin wrote:
> > ...
> > 
> > I was thinking of having a sandbox directly within
> the DocumentRoot.
> > If I import the up-dir, which include the working
> and
> > the public directories, then when I check out I
> end up
> > with the working directory included somewhere
> under
> > DocumentRoot. 
> > 
> address@hidden:~/cvs/test$ cvs
> checkout
> -d htdocs
> dev/htdocs
> address@hidden:~/cvs/test$ ls -l
> total 4
> drwxr-sr-x   18 kenneth  kenneth      4096 Jun 20
> 13:13 htdocs
> the main thing being that it's fine to check out a
> subset of a module
> (/dev/htdocs)
> the other thing to notice being the '-d htdocs'
> alias, without that the
> checkout would have created the intermediate 'dev'
> directory 
> Is that any closer? 
  This might actually work! :)
  Will susequent updates know they have to do with
  only a part of the module ? Can I also release a
  part of the module ?
  Does anyone has an ideea as how can I have the
  public directory kept clean, that is without the CVS
  subdirectory ? Can I move the CVS subdirectroy out
  of the sandbox ? I would need something like
  'cvs release' but that would actually do a patch.
  Currently I use cvs diff and then patch so that I
  can have a clean directory on the web server. But
  like this I  have to remember the last tag that I 
  patched in the public directory last time. I
  do not want to 'cvs release' and overwrite everytime
  since I do not make many changes between commits and
  the site is big.

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