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Feature question for depoying [message #59603] Sat, 27 October 2007 11:12 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: artemis.mendrinos.com

Hello,

I really would love to see further deploying options available.

I would love the deploying method to be fully customizable and not just
copying all the file structure in the docroot of the webserver.

I have for example a folder with my classes, I don't need this folder to
be copied into the docroot but in another directory outside the docroot,
for example in the php auto-include folder.

Also, I have a folder with the image sources (PSDs, etc..) I need the
option of skipping this folder on deploying.

Are these option available? or this is a feature request? :)
Re: Feature question for depoying [message #59627 is a reply to message #59603] Sat, 27 October 2007 13:00 Go to previous message
Arnaud Tisset is currently offline Arnaud TissetFriend
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Artemis Mendrinos a écrit :
> Hello,
>
> I really would love to see further deploying options available.
>
> I would love the deploying method to be fully customizable and not just
> copying all the file structure in the docroot of the webserver.
>
> I have for example a folder with my classes, I don't need this folder to
> be copied into the docroot but in another directory outside the docroot,
> for example in the php auto-include folder.
>
> Also, I have a folder with the image sources (PSDs, etc..) I need the
> option of skipping this folder on deploying.
>
> Are these option available? or this is a feature request? :)
>
Hi,

You may integrate Phing open source project within eclipse, wich is
usefull in dailies tasks such as Config, Deploying, Unit testing.


http://phing.info/trac/
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