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  1. Forge: FUSE Forge
  2. FUSEFORGE-25

install git for hosting webby static content - and mirroring the template/webby configuration to each project

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    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: 1.0
    • Fix Version/s: 1.0
    • Component/s: SVN Repository
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      Description

      we need to mirror the webbyfuse template into pretty much all forge projects. Currently I'm doing this by hand by cutting and pasting which is a HUGE PITA! There's already: webbyfuse, depot, restmq, restmix, management, cloudmix to keep in sync - and there's more to come soon!

      Right now they are different svn repos; we'd have to setup an svk mirror for each forge project, then setup cron jobs to svk sync/mirror etc. which tend to require lots of hand holding.

      svn mirroring across repos is hugely painful.

      So for now lets install git - let it only work for now with progress employees (so no crowd integration required). Then we can store all the webby templates for each project that wants to use webby there - and we can easily mirror changes from the templates to each project.

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          jastrachan James Strachan added a comment -

          I've installed it; though we need some other additional steps which I'll create separate JIRAs for

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          jastrachan James Strachan added a comment - I've installed it; though we need some other additional steps which I'll create separate JIRAs for

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            • Assignee:
              forgeadmin Forge Administrator
              Reporter:
              jastrachan James Strachan
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