Tag: svn

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Most Commonly Used Git Commands

A lot of chatter about using Git and Subversion from the command line versus clients. Folks, take your time and learn the command lines. There’s a lot of stuff you can use the UI clients don’t always wrap into UI. Things like post-commit hooks, etc make the command line way […]

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Most Commonly Used Subversion Commands

A lot of chatter about using Git and Subversion from the command line versus clients. Folks, take your time and learn the command lines. There’s a lot of stuff you can use the UI clients don’t always wrap into UI. Things like post-commit hooks, etc make the command line way […]

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How is WordPress Subversion Organized

There’s some confusion about how WordPress organizes it’s Subversion (SVN) repository. Most SVN repositories are organized into three main directories, as is best practice — trunk, tags, branches. The repository can be found at http://core.svn.wordpress.org/ and a primer on how to use SVN for WordPress development can be found on […]

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Maintaining WordPress on SVN: Adding Plugins

Thank you for joining me again for this series on maintaing WordPress from subversion. We talked previously about creating an SVN repository and then about importing WordPress into the SVN repository. Today, we get into customizations. It does us no good to have an SVN repository with WordPress if we […]

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Maintaining WordPress on SVN: Import WordPress into Your Repository

Last time, I talked to you a bit about setting up a clean subversion repository for your WordPress build. Today, I want to take that a step farther and help you bring WordPress into working copy and commit it into your repo.

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Maintaining WordPress on SVN: Create Your Repository

A lot of people know that I’ve done a bit with maintenance of WordPress using subversion. Alot of those same people have asked me to show how it’s done. It’s not very difficult, really, but I encourage you to work with a host like Dreamhost that provides one click installs […]

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WordPress WXR Class

One of the most frustrating things to me in my years of working with WordPress and b5media has been migrating blogs into WordPress. Every blog platform does things differently and although WordPress has import support for a large number of blog platforms, it always seems like I get the job […]

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