Hi, just found this article explaining how to do exactly what I wanted using
It's not Wordpress specific, but helps a lot.
My concern was about the conflict markers git would put into the php and
html files live on the server (therefore, breaking the site until the
conflicts were solved). This setup avoids this. Excellent.
Thanks a lot!
On 12 February 2011 18:18, Daniel Trezub <daniel...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Thomas.
> I'll give a look at all the links you provided.
> Daniel Trezub
> On 12 February 2011 10:32, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> Probably the best thing here is to see how other people do it. I don't
>> know much about Wordpress, but it seems pretty common to deploy it using Git
>> and Capistrano:
>> (Obviously, more recent articles are more likely to be correct today)
>> Here's another very recent one using Fabric <http://docs.fabfile.org/>:
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