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Re: Getting rid of CVS folders

From: Ugo Bellavance
Subject: Re: Getting rid of CVS folders
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 13:24:36 -0500
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Russ Sherk wrote:

On 11/21/05, *Ugo Bellavance* <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:


         I'd like to know how people using CVS for PHP applications manage
    their deployment.

         Currently, developpers work on their workstation and use cvs over
    SSH to reach the cvs server, which is also a staging dev server.  To
    test the application on the staging server, they use a graphical FTP/scp
    client to copy the files from their working directory (after having
    updated + commited) to the staging server (using such a client is the
    only way to set the permissions correctly.

         But this lets all the CVS folders... is there a way to get rid of
    them easily?  I couldn't find doc on this...

cvs export

Thanks. Since I use Eclipse as cvs client, this option was not in the team contextual menu, but I just found out how to do it... File menu> export...



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