[wp-hackers] SVN Downtime
computerguru at neosmart.net
Wed Jul 19 14:16:59 GMT 2006
I always use trunk :-D (well, ever since 2.0 came out)
Once a week or so I have to manually hack a PHP file to comment out a line or fix something, but it's OK for the most part.
I make my living on the bleeding edge (testing alpha programs, scripts, and operating systems for NeoSmart Technologies), so I'm used to things going belly-up on me.
I customized NST's WP-Cache, it now has 'snapshots' of different times, so if the PHP goes bad in an SVN upgrade, I just tell WP-Cache to use the 'static' code from earlier time for that particular page - but I don't have to do that too often.
I don't know if anyone said it before, but the devs do a great job keeping the SVN 'running' at the bare minimum ;-)
> -----Original Message-----
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> bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of Dougal Campbell
> Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 5:09 PM
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> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] SVN Downtime
> Computer Guru wrote:
> >> Or you could change you `svn up` command to `svn --ignore-externals
> >> And the error will magically disappear
> > No, then I'd have a bigger problem. My 4 sites are run _solely_ off
> SVN.. No FTP, or anything.
> > For instance, on NeoSmart.net, I have WP via SVN, Gallery2, several
> small scripts, and most importantly, our own home-brew site (design and
> backend, which power our downloads and research sections).
> > Most of it is put together via svn:externals....
> I hope you're using branches/2.0, and not trunk...
> Trunk is getting more stable, but it *is* alpha code, at best.
> Dougal Campbell <dougal at gunters.org>
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