_____/ On Tue 13 Dec 2005 19:21:25 GMT, [David House] wrote : \_____
On 13/12/05, Roy Schestowitz <wp-lowtraffic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
As merely a proposal (for testing purposes), perhaps it's worth adding:
mkdir ~/download/nightly-builds/testbed/wordpress-`date +%Y-%m-%d`
cp -R wordpress/ ~/download/nightly-builds/testbed/wordpress-`date
cp /tmp/wp-settings.php ~/download/nightly-builds/testbed/wordpress-`date
If I've read this right, this would create a whole load of folders
containing WordPress as it was on different days. Seeing as subversion
already versions, that seems a little redundant.
True, but not everyone uses svn and it is sometimes easier to just hop
from one active installation to another.
The 'live demo' side
of things is already covered by opensourcecms.com,
That's what I had in mind when I wrote this. Why have the demos off-site?
You can give existing users insight into what's coming up.
and this would just
take up server space. If we wanted one on our server (which makes
sense in some ways), we should limit it to the latest code, not create
a new folder for each day.
I left out the part about destroying the trail, much like compressed
archives remain alive for just 2 weeks. The following could be run every
rm -rf ~/download/nightly-builds/testbed/wordpress-`date -d "14 day
Overall, let's say John Bloggs submitted a patch, which is said to have been
fixed the following day. John Bloggs can then hop onto the latest nightly
version and confirm that the bug was fixed in its entirety. No need to look