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Unity Version control server hosting services for unity

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I wanted to host my project, and people recommend use digtalcloud, assembla and such, and for digtalcloud they only have 20GB to 640GB. so for example if I have photoshop file which is 500MB then if I have 5 revision it will already take up 2.5GB of my space storage, so I guess each project would need at least 80GB which I have to pay $80 mo, so my question is why do people still recommend to use digtalcloud and such, because it's not only expensive and also does not have enough storage space for us? thanks 

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You could just rent a vserver and install subversion on it -- will probably be half the cost (but costs your time in learning how to be a linux sysadmin...).

Also, your 500MB file will hopefully be smaller than that on the server -- most version control systems compress all your data.

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Additionally, many version control systems -- especially the free server versions -- are oriented around text repositories, not around resources like graphics and textures and audio and other assets common in games.  


As a tool, Git and other distributed version control systems are a bad fit for games development when it comes to versions of game assets. They require enormous amounts of disk space as assets grow: nobody wants to store hundreds of gigabytes of raw audio and video files, especially since they don't delta very well. 

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