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RE: using Subversion over the internet (with Windows?): Howto?

From: Robert Graf-Waczenski <rgw_at_lsoft.com>
Date: 2006-11-30 14:34:44 CET

I'm currently running copSSH, available here: http://www.itefix.no/phpws/

There are other windows ports of OpenSSH, but last time i checked those were
not quite up to date and did not come with recent security fixes of OpenSSH
whereas copSSH appears to be maintained quite actively.

Robert
  -----Original Message-----
  From: Eric Lemes [mailto:ericlemes@gmail.com]
  Sent: Donnerstag, 30. November 2006 14:12
  To: Pieter; users@subversion.tigris.org
  Subject: Re: using Subversion over the internet (with Windows?): Howto?

  Hello Pieter,

  I think svn over https or tunneled through ssh may be good options for
you.

  I don't know if there's some good and secure windows SSH server. If
someone has a suggestion, please tell me.

  Eric

  On 11/30/06, Pieter <pietercoucke@hotmail.com> wrote:
    Hi,

    We're using Subversion for 1 year now (with TortoiseSVN on the clients)
on 3
    different locations: 1 in Europe and 2 in Africa. Because of the poor
    internet connections in Africa we coudln't centralise the repository's,
so
    we have a repository in each of the 3 locations. I choose to have all
the
    projects in 1 repository, because it seemd much easier instead of
creating a
    new repository for each project.

    Internet-connectiosn are getting bettet, and I woudl like to start
testing
    on putting all the projects in Europe, and have an access to Subversion
via
    internet for my african development teams. I informed me alreaddy a lot
    about this kind of configuration of subversion, but i'm kind of lost...
:-(

    The fact is: I would like to install the less possible, but need a good
    security. Some more specific questions:

    - What are the exact possiblity's for doing this? Only with Linux +
Apache?
    Or are there others too? what's that svn + ssh stuff?

    - I would prefer to have everything on a Windows 2003 server. Is this
    possible?

    - I would like to have a tight security:
       * I need to be able to define which user can commit to which project.
       * Some projects should be absolutely hidden: the existence of it
should
    be unknown for some programmers.
       * For each project, I want specific commit-hooks: only the developers
    considered shoudl be warned with an email.
       * Is all this possible when they are in the same repository?
       * And ofcourse: people outside of the company shouldn't have any
access
    at all :-)

    - Is there somewhere a step by step instalaltion guide for all this?

    I knwo these are a bucnh of questions, but I admit that I just don't
knwo
    anymore where to start :-( Any help would be really appreciated!

    Thansk a lot in advance,

    Pieter

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