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Re: Evaluating Subversion

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 08:06:37 -0400

Alejandro Lopez Rama wrote:
> Hi, we're analyzing Subversion to manage our source code versions. Do
> you some easy manuals to start with it?.
> One of the issues we need is to have the last version of each component
> available (for read-only purposes) out of the repository.

Lots of ways of doing this...

- You could setup Apache in a WebDAV setup in read-only mode so that
users or tools could mount the SVN repository as a drive. (I haven't
personally tried that.)

- You could use systems like ViewVC or other repository browsers to
provide a read-only HTTP interface to the repository.

- You could setup a read-only user and have the tool use that to keep a
read-only working copy on a local disk. It wouldn't be as immediate as
some of the other options. You would just need to run "svn update" on
the tool's working copy before using it.

I'm sure there's a few other methods that I can't think of off-hand.

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