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This is a very technical post. It’s about the way we are deploying new versions of the Alpine Booking system to the thirty clubs that are currently using the system. Previously, each club had a copy of the source code in the webroot for their domain. These were deployed using rsync – the steps were as follows:
The most usual way to develop software is for the developer(s) to work on their personal computer, with a code repository mediating inputs from multiple developers, such as SVN or GIT. Even a solo developer might use a code repository to manage the code they are developing, to get reliable versioning and deployment tools.