Is it practical to build my own local svn on a shared host?
I'm working under the constraints of a shared
hosting service that doesn't offer SSH or SVN.
I can get around the lack of SSH, albeit at some
inconvenience, but for putting out fires, there's
no substitute I know of for SVN. There are a
number of binaries for different flavors of Linux,
but none for GNU/Linux, unless one of the others
is compatible. There is a cpp compiler, but the
last time I tried to create my own local Apache,
MySQL, and PHP instances, I had to edit the
makefiles to fix errors, so I'd rather skip that
if I can, especially if I have to work through a
What can you suggest?
Received on 2011-03-30 14:17:32 CEST
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