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Implementation factors to consider?

From: caroline weller <carolinelweller_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-04-05 05:10:05 CEST

Hi there,

My department is evaluating Subversion for a Corporate Code repository
We have predominately Windows 2000 servers, with a few a UNIX servers. We
not really got into LINUX: we have a few test machines. Most of the source
working directories would be on Windows XP clients, though a small staff
opt to work on their code in the UNIX environment. We are writing a "ReUse
registry" application which would provide staff with a place to register
reusable components. This is a Lotus Notes application, which could call
external C functions in a DLL API of Subversion.

We have been reading the Subversion manual provided but need some more
information on:

1. Factors to consider when choosing the server platform and architecture
Subversion and its dependencies (eg BerkeleyDB/Apache):
eg Windows 2000 with Apache
Windows 2000 with svnserve
UNIX with Apache
UNIX with svnserve

2. Is Security the only reason you need Apache Server or svnserve to run
Subversion on a server?

3. Do wither solution allow you to restrict access to a project or
to a set of users, or do you need to use other methods?

Any help would be appreciated.
Please reply to this email directly, as I am not on the mailing list.

Thanks in advance,

Caroline Weller.

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