>> In need of breaking the
>> initial ice with Subversion, I wonder if you have any real knowledge
>> of a Test Subversion Repository/Server where to start understanding,
>> hands-on, what it's all about.
> There is no need to set up a server to try out Subversion.
> Install TortoiseSVN 1.7.1. Create a new directory C\:repos.
> Right-click on that directory, pick "TortoiseSVN->Create repository here"
> This gives you a repository to play with on the local machine.
> You can access it with TortoiseSVN, and other clients, with this URL:
But IF You want to test client-server way of working, be sure to
select command line tools during TortoiseSvn install. Then You can
create a bat file with
svnserve -d -r c:\repos
and when that is started, connect to server with URL
Keep in mind that anyone can access the repository if they know your
host/ip and can reach to it from their computer (I.e. whole internet
if there is no firewall/NAT in between), so some access or firewall
configuration might be needed.
It is pretty easy to install svnserve as windows service also, so
basically You just need TortoiseSVN to have a full set of svn
Received on 2011-10-29 20:06:22 CEST