[Trac] Best practices
2012-06-19 17:35:33 GMT
I've installed Trac on a NetBSD system and I'm trying to find information regarding where to put the trac folder for the projects we control via SVN. My first thought is to put it in the root fo the working directory.
svn path = /svn
working directories path are:
With this setup
I was thinking of using trac-admin to set up Trac files for both projects in each of their directories. So the commands I would use are something like:
mkdir /work/project1/Trac; \
mkdir /work/project2/Trac; \
sudo trac-admin /work/project1/Trac initenv; \
sudo trac-admin /work/project2/Trac initenv
Is this something like what is normally done? Where do most people put their Trac environement folder? Everywhere I looked it was some arbitrary path like the TracGuide /path/to/project. I'm just using for best/most common practices, nothing fancy.
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