DeX Posted November 22, 2016 Share Posted November 22, 2016 Right now I do all my PHP edits in NetBeans and when I save a file, it automatically uploads it to the development server so I can test. If everything tests correctly, I copy it to production via FTP. I would like to start using Subversion but don't want to lose the convenience of the automatic uploads when saving the file. I would like this process: - saving in Netbeans automatically uploads file to development server for testing - if all testing works out, I commit the changes - if I have done enough commits for a new version release, wrap everything up to be copied to production. The previous company I worked at used tags for this and each tag was named with a version number. I make such frequent small edits to make something work that I would hate to have to go to the command line and commit with a message in order to get something up to the development server in order to test. Does it already work like this or am I using it outside the normal usage? If I do this, where would I hold my repository? In the actual /var/www/website directory with all the development files? Outside that directory somewhere? Thanks a lot. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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