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 ...
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 ...
So I need to be able to have dev/stage/production iterations (over separate servers) for a WordPress website, I use git usually but this obviously isn't going to work with WordPress sites because of ...
The documentation for dealing with official WP repository is exclusively about using command line. While I have no bias against that, I do have little experience with VCS and two (or three) different ...
I have everything ready for publishing a new version of my plugin but one last issue stands... The old version had no naming convention for its key option names. The options grew and I renamed all ...
I have several virtual hosts setup, three of them pull files via SVN when needed(though only the trunk folder actually needs this), using SVN for other versions make for easy patch creation, or easy ...
As soon as i saw the message on WPSE about the 3.1 release i immediately went a did a switch on my local installation(SVN switch). Only issue is the wp-settings.php is trying to include a ...