[Phpwm] project deployment strategy

Mike Tipping mike at etuna.co.uk
Tue Jul 21 13:09:04 UTC 2009

I use spring loops which is a hosted SVN solution that allows you to deploy
different versions to different servers straight from SVN.



On 21/7/09 13:56, "Kevin Portman" <developerkev at googlemail.com> wrote:

> Hi All
> I'd like to say I've found the mailing list extremely useful over the
> last few months. Information and views of those that contribute have
> helped greatly in expanding my knowledge surrounding PHP and web
> development.
> To the question - we're currently looking in to a project deployment
> strategy and would like to hear what everyone else thinks on this
> subject.
> We have a local development server (with CentOS and SVN), and a remote
> hosting server (linux with plesk) which will be used for our
> test/prototype and live sites. We're looking for a robust method of
> getting a particular version of a project from SVN to the test/live
> sites without going through the manual export (via tortoiseSVN) and
> upload via ftp process.
> Ideally we'd like to be able to go directly from SVN to the test/live
> sites and have SVN handle the process, enabling us to confidently say
> which version of the project is on the test and live sites. For
> security, we were hoping to 'push' the transfer from the development
> server to the remote server.
> Along with this, we'd need to consider tracking MySQL database changes
> (changes to the schema and static data, not user generated data). Any
> ideas on the best way to accomplish this?
> Thanks in advance for any input on this topic.
> Kev
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