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voidless

question about SVN repositories

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hello everyone. currently im in a small 5-man project (more like an educational one). of course, we want to use svn. i looked around the net for one, but until now i havent forund anything that suits me. so i thought i will ask here somebody who has experience in this field. basically what i need is support for 5 man in a single project, since its purpose is educational, i would not like to have open access to it (of course except for the team members), and of course free. thank you

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I use Tortoise SVN for my 1-man project. It's really easy to set up a server and to get started right away. I set up a server and clients, and figured out how to use it in less than a day. They have very good documentation, so make sure you check out the docs for any specific questions.

Also, it's free.

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of course, we want to use svn.
i looked around the net for one, but until now i havent forund anything that suits me.


One what? So far as I know there is only one subversion.

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Original post by voidless

of course, we want to use svn.
i looked around the net for one, but until now i havent forund anything that suits me.


One what? So far as I know there is only one subversion.


i was talking about one svn repository provider.
by the way i found it, its xp-dev.com, it has aprivate repository for free

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