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Managing Multiple Drupal Sites with SVN

Managing Multiple Drupal Sites with SVN

You're a smart developer and as such you utilize a source control solution in your work.

Your work focuses on the Drupal platform, and as such you have multiple Drupal sites that you manage for yourself as well as your clients.

Storing each site in its own repository is good, but storing your commonly used modules in a central repository and pulling them into each site via svn:externals is better.

This talk will show you how.

Eric Marden

February 08, 2009
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  1. Managing Multiple
    Drupal Sites with SVN
    Eric Marden
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  2. svn:externals
    • Create a Vendors repository
    • Keep Drupal core as well as modules and themes
    in this repository
    • Use svn:externals to pull modules into your site’s
    repository
    • Use the -r flag in your svn:externals properties to
    keep modules from being upgraded automatically
    when they are updated in Vendors
    This talk is delivered classroom style and illustrated on a white board.
    The top five talking points are above.
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  3. Learn More
    • Subversion http://subversion.tigris.org/
    • SVN Book http://svnbook.red-bean.com/
    • svn:externals http://tinyurl.com/svnexternals
    • Google: http://letmegooglethatforyou.com/?q=svn:externals
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  4. Subversion Clients
    • svn command line
    • TortoiseSVN http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/
    • SmartSVN http://www.syntevo.com/smartsvn/
    • Versions http://versionsapp.com/
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  5. Thank you
    Eric Marden
    xentek.net
    twitter.com/xentek
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