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Re: SVN over HTTP

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-06-13 17:42:24 CEST

"Bittner,Peter" <Bittner@teamworks.eu.com> wrote on 06/13/2005 11:37:42

> - Is it easily possible to use Subversion over HTTP, i.e. with native
> clients (e.g. TortoiseSVN) but in a network / on a system where only
> port 80 is open?
> - Is there a full-features web client available for Subversion? (i.e.
> something like SandWeb - which does not support Subversion yet)
> We need to be available to do check-in and check-out though networks
> where mainly port 80 is open, all others are generall closed.
> From my understanding CVS cannot do check-in and check-out over HTTP,
> just SSH is possible. How about Subversion?

There are no pre browser-based client available for Subversion, but yes if
you host your repository on Apache then all Subversion clients, including
TortoiseSVN, will only need port 80 or 443 if you use SSL.


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