Website design : what to use ?
zindar at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 18:13:06 UTC 2005
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 11:16:14 -0600, Carlos Escutia Chávez
<carlosescutia at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dramweaver treats the WEB site as the master copy and allows an editor
> > to grab a copy locally, play with it etc., and then publish it back to
> > the WEB site when you are ready. I've not found any Linux tools that do
> > this quite as cleanly as Dreamweaver.
> I've found this tool, and its name is CVS.
> I can do exactly what you do with dreamweaver: have my own local
> "sandbox", where I can do whatever I want, and, then send it back to
> the webserver with my changes.
> Additionally, I can revert any change, or get the website how it was
> at a certain date, compare it against any other date, and so on...
> Did I mention that I can use CVS with Linux / Windows / MacOS X , and
> with GUI clients? :-)
You forgott to mention that's it an application from the 70th that
sucks badly :)
ps. darcs and arch are better now... bazaar-ng will rock tha house in
the future :)
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