Re: Alternatives for remote access?
From: Florin Iucha <florin_at_iucha.net>
Date: 2002-08-30 01:01:58 CEST
On Thu, Aug 29, 2002 at 02:42:38PM -0600, Darryl Melander wrote:
As a software engineer that spends his days reinventing(TM) wheels(TM)
> Are there plans to develop a remote access method that is not based on
As in "send bytes over a socket, optionally encrypting them"?
Or do you really need to access a subversion repository using cvs?
> There are many situations where access to the repository via Apache just
Compile it to your taste and run it from your $HOME.
> You may not be allowed to place
What is a "web visible" location? Stuff available with a web browser?
> You may have a tight review and approval
That to me seems more like a problem with your workflow/security
> You may not be allowed to
Then let them ssh in and run svn over ra_local.
> The bottom line for me is that my project will not be able to use Subversion
You are not looking at it from the right perspective.
> I believe that the tight coupling between
It is a huge positive since they got somebody else to test and debug 60%
> I get a kick out of this comment from the documentation:
OK, Just pay somebody to do it.
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