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#Actualjwezorek

Posted 03 February 2013 - 08:46 AM

the free online repository site I'm using has a built-in issue tracker

 

Which free online repository site are you using?

Didn't want to sound like I was advertising, nor stir up a Git vs. Hg firestorm, so I didn't name names, but I suppose there's no harm in saying Bitbucket. Github probably has similar features, but the deciding factor for me was Bitbucket's unlimited free account for those with a .edu email address. As a broke grad student, I couldn't turn that down.

Just to add to this for the benefit of other people reading this thread, I use unfuddle,com for source control on my personal projects. It allows totally free svn repositories to anyone but with the free account you can't have multiple users on projects. I don't know if they provide source control using software besides subversion.


#1jwezorek

Posted 03 February 2013 - 08:44 AM

the free online repository site I'm using has a built-in issue tracker

 

Which free online repository site are you using?

Didn't want to sound like I was advertising, nor stir up a Git vs. Hg firestorm, so I didn't name names, but I suppose there's no harm in saying Bitbucket. Github probably has similar features, but the deciding factor for me was Bitbucket's unlimited free account for those with a .edu email address. As a broke grad student, I couldn't turn that down.

Just to add to this for the benefit of other people reading this thread, I use unfuddle,com for source control on my personal projects. It allows a totally free svn repository to anyone but with the free account you can't have multiple users or multiple projects. I don't know if they provide source control using software besides subversion.


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