The first one is kind of straight-forward. To me, VirtualSVN is pretty well-known in some programming communities. It's a server that can be hosted on either the user's local computer, or on a remote server. This program is made to run in a Windows environment, so some people who liked using SVN install VirtualSVN on their Windows XP computer, and work remotely at home.
The second one is pretty new. As I recall, and probably incorrectly, is that a Git server is usually Github. The Git users would use the command line to either add, commit, push, or pull the commits from Github. But, GitStack is a Git server that runs in a Windows environment. Adding TortoiseGit to the mix, it would seem this combination might be welcomed by GUI users.
I would like to ask the GameDev community of their opinions on both of these version control servers. What do you think about these two? Share your thoughts below.
Links to their respective home pages:
EDIT: Oh God, why... A grammar error in title...
Edited by tom_mai78101, 31 August 2012 - 08:01 AM.