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CodeIgniter Community Voice - HOWTO Set up a CodeIgniter project in Subversion
August 18, 2008 @ 09:35:16

The CodeIgniter blog has a new community voice article posted today. This time Bruce Alderson takes a look at setting up a CodeIgniter project in a Subversion repository.

After working with CodeIgniter for a few months (and WordPress for a few years), I've settled on a way to set up web projects that works well for development, deployment, and source control.

He includes his typical folder layout (that lends itself well to a vhost setup) and includes the steps (five of them) you'll need to get the CodeIgniter application and your source into your subversion repository.

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