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Questions about using subversion for non-coding projects.

From: Jay Paulson <jpaulson_at_sedl.org>
Date: 2005-08-25 20:46:45 CEST

Hello all-

I'm doing some research for many things and from reading about
subversion it might do the trick, but I still have questions.

The company I currently work for has many different projects, however
they are not coding projects. The projects are mainly research ones
with many documents (Word, Excell, PDF docs etc) that are used with
this research (mainly documents things about the research but usually
go through many versions before a final version is released).

What is needed is some sort of version control system that team members
can use to share files, collaborate ideas, and basically have a project
tracker kind of like SourceForge.net.

My question is can Subversion handle something like this with mainly
different kind of documents that aren't programs etc? Is there a good
web interface that promotes users to collaborate? I would prefer if
the web interface was written in PHP but if there are good ones written
in something else I'd like to see them.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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Received on Thu Aug 25 20:48:32 2005

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