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Re: Help with svn architecture

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2008 22:00:46 +0000

On 03/02/2008, fatNjazzy <fatnjazzy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> i have a production server out of the office and it is my development server
> as well.
> I'm now buying a new dev server which is going to be in the same network as
> the production.
> I'm looking for a GUI tool, that will allow the programmers to checkin/out
> files from the office directly in the remote server.
> i don't want them to work in a command line, i need a GUI tool.
> only the manager of the project can update the server.
> do you know a tool that can do that (dont care how much it is costs)?
> the server is linux redhat, apache2 + php5
> the client is windows XP.

Presumably you already know the answer to your question since you sent
to this mailing list. TortoiseSVN is a subversion GUI client for
Windows (only) and it is free.

Simon

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