[TYPO3] Can I preview before commit TS template?
hkdennis2k at gmail.com
Sat Dec 31 13:51:32 CET 2005
You mean, in short answer; "NO, this feature not exists."
My way is currenly the best method.
But, it is easy to miss somewhere/somestep when publishing.
Any one can suggest some how to "create a diff file of complete typo3"?
Let me ask another question.
If only has change in filesystem, it is easy, many tool can done this job.
But how can I extract all changed in database? and apply them to
2 mysqldump and diff??
select from all tables with new timestamp?? (but not all tables has tstamp)
Just wanted to make the script/data smaller. and push to production
step is atom and safe as possible.
On 12/31/05, Elmar Hinz <elmar.DOT.hinz at team.minus.red.dot.net> wrote:
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> Dennis Cheung schrieb:
> > Hi,
> > When I tried to update an typoscript template. I have to make an
> > duplication of the template and target page. to preview the result.
> > I even have to duplicate the evertthing(file and database) to another
> > server before I do any changes on production server.
> > Are there any extension to do a preview of changes sys_template /
> > tt_content. And publish to public after someone commit / approve them?
> > thanks
> > Dennis
> Hi Dennis,
> I don't know of such an extension to preview templates. To proview
> content there is the new concept of workspaces. Smaller changings of the
> template you can test in a hidden page.
> Apart from that, the way you do it, seems to be the way most bigger
> professional agencies do it, too.
> Assuming that the user edits his content in the life system, you make a
> temporary copy of the life sytem to the development server. Call that a
> sandbox. In a sandbox you can test alterations of design, plugins,
> config, templates etc. under nearly real conditions without doing any harm.
> If your alterations work, you feed them back into the life system. Make
> a backup before to make it perfect.
> For that approach you only need a script, that makes it easy to copy the
> whole installation.
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