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Re: SVN Security

From: Jim <jim.priest_at_clickculture.com>
Date: 2005-07-16 16:56:56 CEST

Calvin wrote:
> Yea, the only problem is Apache. I've already have IIS on my server, not
> sure they can live together or not. I want to use SVN, so I can learn. But
> SVN forces me to learn Apache, which I don't think I am going to use it in
> any other way but SVN, kindof a waste.

Why does SVN force you to learn Apache?? Apache is not a requirement
for running SVN??? I've running SVN on Windows, and if security is a
concern you can use SSH - no Apache needed.

I'm just getting started using SVN - been using it for maybe 6 months
now. It's great! At some point I'll probably install Apache/HTTPs just
to play with those features but IMO it works fine without it... I
primarily develop using Eclipse with the subsclipse plugin.


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