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Re: Subverting Sourceforge...

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-14 17:48:43 CET

David Bovill <david.bovill@opn-technologies.com> writes:

> That's unless someone knows an ISP with CVS installed that I can use at a
> reasonable rate?

This is going off-topic now a bit, but this sounds bizarre to me. I
can't believe that an ISP gives out shell accounts that don't have a
cvs client installed, *and* won't let you build a cvs binary to store
in your own homedir. I would switch ISPs. :-)

> Anyway first off I've got to see what the response to installing the webDAV
> and subversion modules with my ISP...

If you managed to find an ISP that won't let you use a CVS client,
which has been in use for years and years, then they're *definitely*
not going to let you install an SVN client or server!

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