On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 2:04 PM, Errol Siegel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Must have been some kind of hiccup.  I rebooted, checked out a fresh
> copy of my app from svn, ran capify again, and now it sees all the
> tasks.




Just to veer a little on this, is there a best practices kind of way to use
content versioning with the import_export or super_export extensions?

I have been developing (to a point) on my local machine then putting the
whole app in subversion, cap deploy, rake production, truncate db tables,
then importing a mysql dump from my local machine into the production db.
>From there I only do structural changes on my local machine, cap deploy,
then rake any new extensions I added.

Is there a better (read quicker) way to handle content versioning with a
Radiant app?


~Nate
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