On 11/28/06, bijayant kumar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have installed subversion on my gentoo linux box today. So i am
> definitly a newbie. I want support from all of the members.
> I have to use subversion in a client-server framework
> architecture. For it, can i have to install subversion on every system or
> just on the single machine. Thanks in advance
> Bijayant Kumar
Bijayant, you need to have subversion installed on
- the machine that is going to be dedicated as the subversion server
- all the machines where development takes place.
I am not sure what you mean by "use subversion in a client-server framework
architecture". Subversion always works as a client-server combo, if that is
what you mean. On the subversion server machine you will configure it to
start the server and on the development machines you use the client to
manage the source code. The client knows how to communicate with the server.
Also, please read the subversion book http://svnbook.red-bean.com/.
Received on Wed Nov 29 09:25:44 2006