I have a client's theme currently hosted on github. Instead of doing a git deploy or using a service like Beanstalk's deployments. I will be pushing the same theme across many sites (79 to be exact) ...
I'm currently developing my WordPress locally, committing my code to GitHub with Git and then SSHing into my server and doing a "git pull" to update my code. Is this a good option for code deployment ...
GIT? SVN? WAMP? XAMP? MERCURIAL? BITNAMI? There are so many options that I am getting a bit cunfused. I just want to work without publishing and a need of an internet connection, and when all is ...
I want to be able to post via a git repo. For example I have a repo named "blog" which contains these files: first_post.md second_post.md another_post.md I want all these files to appear in my blog ...
Possible Duplicate: How-to: push a GitHub repo to the wordpress plugin servers I love WordPress, but I also love GitHub. Would love to know if there is a seamless solution to using both SVN ...
I develop my plugin over on github but when it comes to deployment I have to somehow copy my changes into the Wordpress SVN. Currently I do this manually and copy over each file in each directory ...
I have built and maintain many themes for various clients. I'd like to be able to put them all in github for lovely version control. However github gets a bit expensive when you have over 20 private ...