[wp-hackers] Private theme updates from SVN
pauli.price at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 19:27:43 UTC 2011
If you implement something like this:
http://stackoverflow.com/a/842715/149060 - where the solution involves
using SVN Export Directory functionality to download the source to a local
folder, and then zip the directory, on the fly - you could then use the zip
file in the normal update process.
No experience with it - just interested enough in the problem to do some
Googling to see if I could figure it out. YMMV, etc.
On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 10:00 AM, David Law <
wp-hackers at google-adsense-templates.co.uk> wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Dec 2011 08:39:24 -0500, you wrote:
> >Thanks for all the suggestions about alternative Source Control and using
> Beanstalk for SVN (we actually do that already)
> >I am more looking for a pull based solution, where the WP install itself
> uses the built in theme update mechanism to get the update.
> >This link:
> http://w-shadow.com/blog/2011/06/02/automatic-updates-for-commercial-themes/from otto looks like the best starting point.
> I use the above successfully with a premium theme I develop (Stallion
> SEO theme) with thousands of users with no problems reported so far,
> had two updates since adding it to Stallion so a lot of websites
> updated that way.
> Hooks into the WordPress updates and looks/acts like a WordPress
> repository update to your theme users.
> Can take a little while for the updates to show up in your Dashboard
> so don't jump to the conclusion it failed if it doesn't show an update
> the moment you add the code.
> http://www.stallion-theme.com/ Stallion WordPress SEO Theme
> http://www.stallion-theme.com/stallion-wordpress-seo-plugin Stallion
> WordPress SEO Plugin
> >If anyone has seen or has any code that can access a SVN server, that
> would be the best, but we might have to roll our own,
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