Il giorno venerdì 30 maggio 2014 10:21:58 UTC+2, Pierre-François CLEMENT ha
> The easiest would be to have multiple branches and remotes on your local
> repo. Something like develop ("developing"), release ("testing") and master
> ("production") should do the trick. I've taken the branch names from Nvie's
> git-flow branching model
> <http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model> which, if you're
> not using it already, I strongly advise you try.
> Then add a git-remote for each one of your servers (developing, testing
> and production), and you'll be able to push whatever branch you want to
> whatever server you want.
Thank you both for your answers.
Yes sure, I'm following nvie's git-flow.
But I didn't add git remote for each servers, because actually there's one
server with some virtual host configured, so just the post-update is enough.
Thanks a lot
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