Yes, this can be done in with subversion.
You can start svnserve on hosting's team member's computer and connect to it
hosting-buddy will have to direct his port 3690 to the computer that is
hosting the actual repository.
svnserve runs on port 3690.
On 11/22/05, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a subvision user in China need your kindly help.
> These days I have question about how to cooperate with my team mate
> via internet. let see my scenario as below.
> Our development platform are window xp and linux, and all of our
> members surf internet via a router in their home, and we want to install the
> subvision server on one member's machine (window xp), the other members
> access to his machine to check in and check out the source codes. as I know,
> subvision is support such usage by webdav, but I can't find more
> information from internet about how to set up the subvision server to cater
> my requirement.
> So, would you pls give me advise or provide other approch? many tks.
> Good day,
> Mark Leung, China.
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