7/24/2013 7:21:40 AM
RE:Hotfox and source control
If your entire website root is under source control (and assuming the root of the website is a Kentico site) I'm guessing you already have that directory setup to "track changes" so if you install the hotfix, when you go to your source control tool, you should see that files A, B, C...etc have changed. You then go and commit them to your repository as "hotfix XX".
What I do is have a local copy I work with that is connected to source control and is the same copy of files located on our test and live servers. I install the hotfix locally, compile it and run it and ensure everything works as expected. I then check that hotfix version into source control. Then by looking back at the logs I can see what files need to be updated, so I copy and past those files to test and production (after testing test of course).