[cvsnt] Re: Using CVSNT with Web Development

John Peacock jpeacock at rowman.com
Thu Oct 7 17:49:06 BST 2004

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Beaker wrote:

> Having setup CVS with a repository for all the website roots, and giving
> access to the relevant developers, we want to be able to allow then to
> checkout and checkin files, but also have them put into the relevant web
> roots in the IIS folders so they can see them working in the development
> environment.  My first thought was some kind of automation script that
> triggers when a file is checked in by a user, so that it's simply copied to
> the IIS root folder at the correct level.

Check out this page:


which describes two different ways to automate web site updates.  It 
goes without saying (but I'll say it anyways ;) that you should never 
automate updating of production sites, only test sites.



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