This is something I've had in mind for quite some time but I can't find the right method to do it.
So basically, I'm working with 6 different websites, all running Magento CE 1.9.2+
On those websites, I am using a bunch of extensions that me and the team I'm working with have developped (here we're talking 50+ extensions) and the code for those extensions is stored on Bitbucket. So I ain't the only person managing those extensions, we're 3 people working on them.
At the moment, when I want to add a feature/fix a bug for one of those extensions, here's my workflow:
- Install the last version of the extension on one of the website via Modman
- Fix the bug/add a feature/test
- Manually copy the changes to a local folder that contains all my extensions
- Commit and push via GIT from this extension folder to Bitbucket (1 Bitbucket repo per module)
- Then the new version of the module can be installed via Modman
Important note: I'm using modman with hardcopy here, no symlink.
My biggest problem has been highlighted in bold: I want to be able to skip this step because it's a big cause of problems (some files are forgotten sometimes, wrong copy/paste, involves human action).
So, how can I improve my workflow in order to get rid of this manual copy/paste step ? I'm open to suggestions here.