Do you store the source of third-parties plugins you rely on


#1

Hi!

well the subject is telling everything - I’m just curious to know how
other
railers handle this (for me the answer is yes, clearly!)

cheers

Thibaut


#2

“Thibaut Barrère” removed_email_address@domain.invalid
writes:

Hi!

well the subject is telling everything - I’m just curious to know how other
railers handle this (for me the answer is yes, clearly!)

It depends, generally I just use svn:externals and point to their
repository, unless I think I need to modify their plugin, in which case
I
store it in my version control.

But while deploying the application, I use capistrano, which svn
exports everything and hence even the code of the plugin is also pulled
in.

HTH.


Surendra S.
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