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RE: svnserve versus apache

From: Le Blanc Erik <e.leblanc_at_finmatica.com>
Date: 2004-03-31 01:37:46 CEST

>Which one is better?

  AFAIK Apache will allow you to limit Subversion to its "raison d'etre"
(revision control) and use Apache for the communication / authentication
layer (something it knows quite well), or anything else that Apache can
do.
  If you are in a WAN context with firewall(s), using http on port 80
can help.
  Both can be secured (https / certificates).
  Apache will also allow you to browse your repository, just having a
browser and therefore integrate it to whatever intranet tools/portal you
might have.

  i guess that if you had provided more information about your
(potential) context, it could help giving a more pertinent answer.

my 0.02

Erik

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