I download and configure Wordpress for a development environment and a production environment. After it's set up on one server we check it into a subversion repo and then go and check it out on the ...
I've never used version control before, but I'm starting to work more collaboratively on WordPress plugins and themes and I think it would be a good idea to have a record of versions and updates. ...
How to handle the Plugin Version on Update using Tortoise SVN and the worpdress.org Plugin Repository?
Recently I tried to update my plugin to WP server. The update to trunk folder went fine, but when I created a folder with a new version under tags folder and tried to upload it, only the immediate ...
I'm trying to upload my plugin for the first time to the WordPress SVN. I've been granted access from the WordPress team. I am able to download the directory. Then I try to place my plugin files ...
My new WordPress plugin version is not showing up in the plugin directory. It's been 4 days what could the problem be?
Hi to all I made a wordpress plugin amtythumb post. All previous versions are reflected at worpress SVN within some hours. But this time 5.5 version of my plugin is not being reflected on wordpress ...
On one of my WordPress installs, I used SVN to do the initial install. I thought that this would help upgrades...and it did for awhile. I tried it with the latest release 3.0.1, and this method did ...
I've submitted a few patches for WordPress core on Trac (one of which has been used) but every time I think about doing it I cringe because my setup for doing so is incredibly tedious. Can someone ...
I use Git on my development and I find it to be reliable so I wonder what is the reason Automattic choose to use SVN for WordPress?
Getting Started with Subversion, Git, or similar Version Control System to keep a History of my Files? [closed]
I realize this may be a broad question on the surface, but I'm looking for specific examples of setups/workflows that people use to keep a version history of edited files on a WordPress site. For ...