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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] cvs for application updates

From: Dave Hall
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] cvs for application updates
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 11:56:58 +1100

skeeter (i think) was discussing this some time ago.  The plan is that
you will be able to run cvs updates via admin.  It will also allow you
grab new apps also using this method.  I like the idea, and I hope that
skeeter (or anyone) is able to implement this for the next release.

There is a script somewhere called cvs_update.php or something like
that, which will update your install using cvs.  It should be possible
to set it up as a nightly cron job.



Chris Weiss <address@hidden> wrote:

> it sort of already is, starting with .14 the CVS dirs are in the 
> tarball so all one
> has to do is run `cvs -z6 update -dP` to get all the updates.  
> Trouble is, cvs has
> a tendancy to add garbage that either requires a manual edit to 
> fix or delete the
> offended file and co it again.  Usualy this only happens to files 
> that have been
> edited, either for debuging or just poking around and causing the 
> timestamp to
> change, but I have seen it happen to files that were never touched 
> in any way too.
> Brian Jackson (address@hidden) wrote*:
> >
> >Is anybody working on using cvs as a means to keep phpgw updated? 
> Is this
> >planned? I might be able to do a little work in this area. I 
> would imagine a
> >good place to put it would be in the setup menu. Any thoughts, 
> suggestions,>flames are welcome.
> >
> > --Brian Jackson
> >
> >
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