[wp-hackers] GitHub submodule theme development?
brian at brianhogg.ca
Fri Jul 5 15:02:35 UTC 2013
Mark pointed out that these shouldn't be together, as the config files in the public web root contain passwords. Perhaps another layer so they're out of the web root or just keep them separated?
On 2013-07-04, at 11:02 PM, Brad Parbs <brad at bradparbs.com> wrote:
> I just switched over my installs to use WordPress in a Git submodule.
> Check out http://github.com/bradp/wpeagles to see it in action. I based it off of Mark Jaquith's wp-stack and WordPress skeleton, check those out too!
> Brad Parbs
> On Jul 4, 2013, at 9:55 PM, Micky Hulse <mickyhulse.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just curious if anyone here develops themes using GitHub submodules?
>> I"ve got a standard WordPress local/XAMPP/GitHub/production workflow
>> setup and that's working pretty good (I've got WordPress setup as a
>> submodule). I was starting a new theme and thought it might be cool to
>> make it a submodule.
>> Before I start down that path, I just wanted to see if anyone here
>> does this as a regular part of their theme dev workflow? If yes, do
>> you have any tips? What's your workflow like?
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