On Wed, 26 Jan 2005 09:20:55 -0500, sbeam <sbeam at onsetcorps.net> wrote: > Why do you say its "not very feasible to keep copies of this > application, so we would be testing on the same copy" -- this is your > fundamental problem, CVS can't really help you then - its all about the > copies, thats the whole point! Admittedly, for web development it does > get hairy sometimes when you need to replicate the whole environment > for each developer (plus staging) - web server, database, 3rd-party > libraries, filesystem stuff, etc... there are ways to do this though, > using virtual hosts for instance. Some people like to all work out of > the same working directory and just use CVS to migrate to staging, but > this defeats 90% of the purpose IMHO (though if you have a really > ultra-complex server environment, maybe you don't have a choice - could > still try to find a way to separate working directories for each dev, > and set it up so they share a common development/scratch DB, libs, > etc.). Thanks for the help. I will have to think of a way to set this up right. Knowing that I can't do things the way I originally wanted to will save me going down the wrong path, though. Thanks again, -- Matt Warden Miami University Oxford, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.