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Re: Where/How to get a Test Subversion Server

From: Richard Cavell <richardcavell_at_mail.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 16:53:00 -0400

Try this on a Unix-like system:

 cd ~
 svnadmin create /myrepo
 svn checkout file:///myrepo

 When you're done playing,

 rm -rf /myrepo
 rm -rf ~/myrepo
----- Original Message -----
From: Les Mikesell
Sent: 10/30/11 04:03 AM
To: Pietro Moras
Subject: Re: Where/How to get a Test Subversion Server

 On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 12:07 PM, Pietro Moras <studio-pm_at_hotmail.com> wrote: > In need of breaking the initial ice with Subversion, I wonder if you have > any real knowledge of a Test Subversion Repository/Server where to start > understanding, hands-on, what it's all about. > > Anyhow, these are the related generic—and, so far, untested—hints I've > already collected: > > -- Redbean book > > -- CollabNet > > -- Subversion Edge > > -- Trial Subversion server at: SpringLoops.com, Beanstalkapp.com > > -- GUI client TortoiseSVN > > That said in case you know any better. Pretty much everything you can do with subversion will work with a local repository and file:/// references. Do your initial testing/learning that way, then decide what OS platform you want for your server. I'd recommend a linux distribution where it would be included in the standard system and updates, but that's a matter of preference. You should not see any differences from the client side regardless of
 the server platform. -- Les Mikesell lesmikesell_at_gmail.com
Received on 2011-10-29 22:53:34 CEST

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