[ajug-members] Free Subversion Hosting suggestions?
rworsnop at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 09:49:55 EDT 2007
Unless I was working in a team, I wouldn't bother using a hosting service.
If you have the repository on you own box you can use file://... URLs
instead of svn://... or https://... or whatever. That way you don't
have to have a subversion server running. (Nothing to administer!)
Your svn client (e.g., Tortoise) will just be accessing the repository
directly. And if you use FSFS instead of Berkeley DB, you can even
access it over a shared network drive.
BTW, with TortoiseSVN, creating a repository is ludicrously easy: You
just right-click in the directory where you want to put the repository
and then do TortoiseSVN/Create repository here.
On 4/10/07, Mark McCall <markwmccall at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am working on some personal development projects that I would like to
> version in Subversion, but I don't want to deal with administering my own
> box. Has anyone had any experiences they can share with any of the free
> Subversion hosting services? I am not planning for these projects to be
> open sourced, so the services that state "free open source hosting" do not
> seem applicable.
> I found a list here:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/links.html but I am hoping
> somebody can recommend something from personal experience.
> Mark McCall
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