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Tips for symfony and Subversion
April 18, 2007 @ 07:03:00

On the SpinDrop blog, Dave Dash has a few hints on using the combination of Symfony and Subversion to make working with a project easier.

He breaks it into four different sections:

  • Ignoring files in cache/ and log/
  • Ignore other auto-generated files
  • Linking the symfony Library
  • Linking to symfony Plugins
Each comes with its own snippet of code/configuration directives to help you set it up. Check out the comments for a slightly different example from another reader.

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