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Re: SVN best practice: organising the SVN vault and organising your project

From: TM <tm_at_tm.uklinux.net>
Date: 2007-04-12 10:58:03 CEST


The company that I work for uses CVS but I have changed all my own files
to SVN some time ago. The vault is currently stored on my hard drive and
accessed locally (file:).

I am now going to have other people working with me in this one project
and I would like to use the opportunity to introduce SVN to them. So I
am planning to go for the easiest of approaches, which is to put the
vault on a shared drive on the intranet, give it lax permissions and
have everyone access it locally (file:). If I succeed in persuading
other people to see the light, then I would setup a server (access the
vault through svn:)


Paul wrote:
> How are you accessing SVN (file: http: https: svn:) ?

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