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AW: Re: MySQL Backend

From: Felix Gilcher <gilcher_at_exozet.com>
Date: 2006-01-19 10:11:45 CET

Richard Lainchbury <mailto:freexe@gmail.com> schrieb am Mittwoch, 18. Januar 2006 21:59:

> It would be nice if a php + mysql version could be made (I have no
> idea if this is even possible), as then it could be offered with
> hosting packages.

Why would svn have to be implemented with PHP and MySQL to be available in hosting packages? I know at least one hoster that offers several VCS with his packages, subversion among them.

> Recently one of the biggest problems I have had is getting my brother
> to use Subversion, and not because he doesn't want, it's just that he
> lives in China and they block almost all methods of accessing a home
> server. Luckly I have my own server online and was able to set u pa
> DNS A record to point to my home server. Also I happen to have a large
> amount of bandwidth at home so can happilly support people accessing
> projects.

So set up svn to be available via Apache/plain HTTP on port 80 and you should be fine. No need for MySQL/PHP either.

> If i could have opened Cpanl or Plesk and started a repository I
> would have in a flash!
> Richard



Felix Gilcher
Head of IT Development
Exozet Berlin GmbH
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10245 Berlin
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