SVN+Update

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8/1/2005 7:44:05 AM
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Juliano Morais Barbosa

SVN+Update

How to I update current instalation of mojoportal with the last SVN Update ?

I use VS.NET for compile the SVN, after compile and test the mojoportal what step for Update my mojoportal in Linux ?
8/1/2005 7:57:43 AM
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Re: SVN+Update

As far as I know for now you can use subversion under Linux. You need it installed.
If you want to know if it's installed; just run svn command in a command shell.
For retrieving the source code from svn under linux I did that specific command:

svn checkout svn+ssh://anonymous@forgesvn1.novell.com/svn/mojoportal/trunk

If you run that command be sure to be on a specific folder too; because it will download everything in the current active folder that you are in. For the updates I think it would be something like:

svn update svn+ssh://anonymous@forgesvn1.novell.com/svn/mojoportal/trunk

I did'nt tried it yet... just search or use the svn --help command to see what u can do.

For compiling the SVN source code you can use MonoDevelop by opening the newly added .mds and .mdp files in it. But I think actually the SVN is including pre-compiled code.
8/1/2005 8:17:57 AM
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Juliano Morais Barbosa

Re: SVN+Update

Ok Jasmin, thanx for your quick respond. But I use for development VS.NET I would Like know what the best way for coping news mojoportal files into my old mojoportal.

ex.:
cp newfolder/mojoportal.web.dll to oldfolder/

excuse me my bad ingles
8/1/2005 10:43:43 AM
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Re: SVN+Update

If I understand.
  1. you are coding on your computer with Windows and VS.NET
  2. Your web host is under Linux
  3. You want to post changes on the Linux server.
First, for getting the new code you will need TortoiseSVN installed on your computer wich is running Windows.
With TortoiseSVN you can set a folder where you will be able to always get the new changes and fixes made on the source code. In the download section of this site they explain what to do.

Now that you got the new code you can compile it and after upload it on your Linux web host by FTP.
If you use the integrated SVN tool for Visual Studio.NET I can't help you on that I did'nt tried it yet.
8/1/2005 1:21:10 PM
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Re: SVN+Update

Hi Juliano,

I use a tool called Unleash It to deploy local on my windows dev machine then I test it there before I copy it to my linux machine. See the download page for a link to Unleash It, its a great tool and free. You do need to add a couple of file masks to make it deploy .htm and .html after you install it. It deploys just the needed files without the .cs source files.

Of course these are just general guidelines, you have to keep an eye on other changes like to the database scripts and make sure you update if there are changes.

Hope that helps,

Joe
8/1/2005 3:19:14 PM
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Juliano Morais Barbosa

Re: SVN+Update

Joe, very cool


Thanxxx

Thanxx Jasmin
8/1/2005 3:49:18 PM
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Re: SVN+Update

Oh damn! You guys makes me look like some old school web programmer with your all in one solution to deploy code
Yeah true I still use my cuteftp soft and my own hands to deploy code lmao.
8/1/2005 4:01:15 PM
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Re: SVN+Update

Well pretty soon this will be old school too!

I also use unleash it to prepare when I make an official release so that it includes just the compiled dlls and markup without any c# source code or VS.NET files or svn files etc.
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