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Re: Subversion environment advice

From: Brass Tilde <brasstilde_at_insightbb.com>
Date: 2005-01-05 15:07:34 CET

> You're probably best going with the flavour that will be eventually used
> in production as that will be by far the most representative of what
> you'll end up using.

Unfortunately, that decision hasn't been made yet, and while I'll have some
input, it won't be my decision. I'm not in a big hurry, but I wanted to get
a jump start on some of the basics. If I could get one at least working at
home, it would probably help.

> Are you going to be setting up the production server? If not, can you
> get assistance from the person who will be?

I will be assisting, but the person who will be in charge of it is currently
in India for a couple of months. He's the *real* expert, and nobody else
has much more expertise than I do, i.e. not much, at the moment.

Thanks for the answers. Our expert has experience with RedHat and
Slackware, so those are probably the most likely candidates. I'll probably
just look at those two to start.


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