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Re: PHP/script-based CVS?

From: mehatespam1085
Subject: Re: PHP/script-based CVS?
Date: 17 Nov 2006 08:11:57 -0800
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No -- many of the staff aren't web developers, just program managers
doing text updates through a WYSIWYG editor, and don't run web servers
on their machines. Also, we use interpreted scripting languages (Cold
Fusion, PHP) so there hasn't been a compelling reason to run a web
server locally: we have a remote dev server for all our development
work, which then goes to pub.

I would really like to not have to deploy and maintain a bunch of
server instances if at all possible.

Why do you ask? Would you have made a recommendation based on a 'yes'
answer to your question?

Pierre Asselin wrote:
> address@hidden wrote:
> > To make a long story short, my organization currently relies upon
> > Dreamweaver's check-in/check-out file-locking system [ ... ]
> > I want to find a way that will allow our people to work on files
> > without this cumbersome check-in/check-out locking system, [ ... ]
> Question: do the developers run their own private instance of the
> web server ?  It's easier if they do.
> -- 
> pa at panix dot com

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