On Nov 14, 2007 8:39 AM, Roth, Pierre <email@example.com> wrote:
> > -----Message d'origine-----
> > De : Marc Haisenko [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Envoyé : mercredi 14 novembre 2007 14:20
> > À : email@example.com
> > Cc : Roth, Pierre
> > Objet : Re: Linux prefered for running Subversion : call for testimonials
> > On Wednesday 14 November 2007, Roth, Pierre wrote:
> > > I would like then to compile into a single short document all the
> > > pro's for running the subversion server on a Linux machine.
> > Well, I guess one good reason would be that SubVersion comes readily compiled for quite a lot of distributions, even with Apache support. So not only > would you NOT need to compile anything yourself, you might even get support from the distribution (I'm thinking about the enterprise editions of SuSE or > RedHat... but then I don't know whether they include SubVersion).
> > Marc
> ... Well, having a look at http://subversion.tigris.org/project_packages.html it seems that Windows binaries are available and there is a beautifull installer at http://www.visualsvn.com/server/ . So I think this is not one of the Linux pro's. Support for SVN isn't OS dependent and can be found on mailing list archives or forums : here again I don't think I can consider it as an objective Subversion + Linux pro's...
I think he meant that most distributions include packages for
Subversion, so you'd be ready to go "out of the gate."
Getting official support for these, however, may prove difficult. But
there's also CollabNet to help you there (and probably others).
Trouble is (if you use the SVN package for your distro), you may be
stuck with whatever SVN release the distribution maintainers packaged.
My Linux box at home came w/ SVN 1.1.3 (or thereabouts) and because I
haven't upgraded the OS (Fedora 3) in ages, I'm "stuck" there unless I
compile my own.
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Received on Wed Nov 14 14:44:18 2007