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IMO you are solving the wrong problem :) The problem is you have two environments (for now :-)) and you are storing & deploying them together. This can only end in tears when change X for team Y affects team Z and you have no idea why Team Z's production app suddenly exploded when no one touched it.
  1. Separate the module versions in your repository, paths, branches, however your repo is set-up.
  2. Use jails, chroots, containers, VMs, etc, to isolate the deployments.
  3. Only expose the appropriate repository version to each deployment.
Personally I'd just use your OS's package manager for the modules as it makes isolating deploying & upgrading individual systems easier to orchestrate if the environment starts to scale out ... but I also prefer cider to beer so YMMV ;)

In reply to Re: how to improve: use MODULE VERSION LIST by codiac
in thread how to improve: use MODULE VERSION LIST by smile4me

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