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Re: MySQL Backend

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2006-01-19 15:56:03 CET

>>>>> "Richard" == Richard Lainchbury <freexe@gmail.com> writes:

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

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

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

If the issue is simply the port number, just pick the access method
you like -- http, svn, ssh -- and assign it to whatever nonstandard
port number gets through.


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