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Re: [wml] Re: New to WML : separate html output from wml?

On Wed, 12 Dec 2001, Sebastian Brosig wrote:

> I have played around with this for a while too --- but then I realised that
> there are other implications: the non-html/wml files, such as images,
> downloads etc --- still have to be moved to your /somedir/pages, and that's
> a pain. I settled for a shell script that uses find to suck out files with
> relevant extensions (html, png, jpg, zip, ...) to /somedir/pages/.

If you use rsync for transfering from your test to the live server (or from
one to another directory), you can specify what files to ignore. rsync also
only transfers files that have changed or even parts of files that have
changed. That can be a huge performance gain.


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