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== Installing a version control ==
 
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SVN ([[wikipedia:Apache Subversion|Subversion]]) will allow you to keep your Joomla! code up to date with the latest changes, to test patches and to participate in bug squashing.
 
SVN ([[wikipedia:Apache Subversion|Subversion]]) will allow you to keep your Joomla! code up to date with the latest changes, to test patches and to participate in bug squashing.
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Help is appreciated finding related pages and making these pages less redundant.
 
Help is appreciated finding related pages and making these pages less redundant.
  

Revision as of 14:00, 6 November 2012

Contents

Introduction

This is a trial to better structure all the wiki pages around developing on and with joomla. Such as:

Installing a web server

Installing a typical web server environment is very easy with following AMP-packages (Apache, MySQL, PHP).

If you want use XDebug for debuggin, you'll need to tune php settings

Installing an IDE / Editor (and debugging)

Debugging specifics

Installing a version control

SVN (Subversion) will allow you to keep your Joomla! code up to date with the latest changes, to test patches and to participate in bug squashing.

Details on how to work with the JoomlaCode repository are located on the Joomla! Developers site.

Installing a build mechanism

Related

Help is appreciated finding related pages and making these pages less redundant.