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I wrote an application using FuelPHP that is hosted in git. I need to be able to type 'git pull' when I make major changes. This dictates I can't adjust the folder structure, so I need to move the root of my website from webapps/$APP to webapps/$APP/public/

How do I do this?

asked 19 Sep '12, 06:55

Brett Alton
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A 'Symbolic link' application, pointing to your ~/webapps/$APP/public directory, is the most common and easiest way in our environment.

Then, you can use that app instead of the FuelPHP one in your website entry.

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answered 19 Sep '12, 07:45

iliasr ♦♦
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