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Re: Configuring Subversion on Debian

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2004-11-25 15:32:31 CET

Siju George wrote:
> After Installing the Subversion package for Debian from the link
> mentioned in the Subversion homepage What configurations should I make
> to get it working?

Nothing special about Debian, all that is done by the install is to install
the binaries and libs. All other setup (creating repositories, configuring
servers, etc) is up to you.

> Is there a tutorial available somewhere in the net as a step by step
> to get Subversion Installed and working on debian?
> My clients will be mostly using Quanta on Linux or some other IDE on
> Win2k Professional mostly to develop on PHP.

Please read the book(linked to from the homepage), it's all written there.

> What client to subversion will you recommend it that situation?

I'm pretty fond of TortoiseSVN on MS Windows, under Debian I only use the
commandline, though there (AFAIK) a plugin for konqueror that might do the
same as TSVN.

> Is there some other better free editor/editors available either for
> Linux or for Windows for development in PHP?

apt-cache search editor ;)


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