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- website filesystem organization
August 18, 2006, 10:59 pm
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I'm sure to start some kind of argument with this. I'm starting to host
more personal sites than 1 or 2, so I'd like to revise my filesystem
organization. I'm thinking of something like this. Any comments or
criticsms are appreciated. All but one site is hosted at hostmonster,
the other at godaddy. So all but one have access to non-web space and I
can manipulate the config files as necessary
I'm trying to emphasize maintainability and cleanliness of the cvs
tree. Any libs not found in /libs/site/foo.com will be sought in
/libs/. This way for the majority of libraries, I can keep one copy in
the /libs dir. All sites are using my sets of libraries, settings and
|_tpl // html templates
|_tpl_c // compiled templates
Re: website filesystem organization
It was aimed at Andy, who apparently runs a "mammoth" site, and is involved
with several other big sites, again apparently.
You see, he is terribly shy. I have asked him for URLs a number of times,
but he's modest to a fault (aye right - Bengal Lancer more like).