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That's a bit weird but... I created a website (Python / Django) and let him fully ready. I did deploy and is working fine. But I came to doubt, I made a lot of changes in my local machine and would port them to production level.

How do?

asked 19 Nov '13, 11:24

Filipe Manuel
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edited 19 Nov '13, 11:25

Could you please clarify: Are you saying you uploaded some changes and they didn't take effect on the server?

(20 Nov '13, 02:05) waynek

@waynek: No. I want to make some changes. Actually I've done in my local copy of the site, now wanted to do them on the server. How can I do this without having to redo what I've done in my local copy?

(20 Nov '13, 04:03) Filipe Manuel

Just upload the changes to your server by whatever means you used for your original deployment, then restart your Apache instance.

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answered 20 Nov '13, 10:53

seanf
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Alternatives are creating a git repo and pushing to it, or using automated deployment tools like Fabric.

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answered 20 Nov '13, 11:49

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