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Re: Subversion installation -- on local workstation too?

From: Jennifer Kesterson <Jennifer.A.Kesterson_at_jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: 2005-09-20 00:57:49 CEST

>Your users will need a subversion client in order to interact with the
>server (check out a working copy, commit changes, etc). That can
>either be the standard command line Subversion client (in which case
>you'll need to install Subversion on the client machine), or another
>Subversion client (in which case you may or may not need to, for
>example TortoiseSVN comes with the Subversion libraries it needs to
>work, I'm not sure if RapidSVN does or not).
Thank you. I should have framed my original question by saying we *will*
use either TortoiseSVN or RapidSVN and in that case why would we need to
also install Subversion client. Your answer clears that up.

Does each user also need to run svnserve on their local machines if we will
be running Apache on the server side?

Thank you.

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