[mythtv] Best way to use SVN version for deployment?

David Frascone dave at frascone.com
Fri May 25 15:31:00 UTC 2007

I typically build separately on my backend & frontend.  I just do a snv
update, and then compile everything.

But, now I'm adding a separate backend, and it's time to upgrade svn (why
not?), so I thought I'd pose a question:  How would you recommend doing the
svn build?  I can think of a couple of possibilities:

1) Have separate build directories on each machine.  Update one, make not of
the rev.  Then update all others with -r rev, make everywhere and deploy.
2) Use one shared build directory.  Update once, and install everywhere.
Not sure how well this would work, since my backends and frontends are a mix
of P4's and xeons.

What would be safest?


David Frascone

I couldn't care less about apathy.
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