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I use the following set up for my @dev site:

(a) ../git/repository/dev

where I keep version control using git,

and a separate

(b) ../htdocs/dev

that I have an almost exact copy of git repositor (a) used by the http server

How to make sure git repository (a) is always in sync with http (b) ?

I don't want to version control (b) directly from various reasons.

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use the "post-update" hook in the /hooks directory provided in your .git directory to push a copy (sans -gitignore- the files not needed) each time you make git commits to your dev files

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