[Haifux] OT: Open CVS/SVN servers
kovganm at gmail.com
Tue May 1 22:41:16 MSD 2012
Consider obsoleting svn.
mercurial (or git) are much more fun and possibilities.
On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 8:53 PM, Orr Dunkelman <orr.dunkelman at gmail.com>wrote:
> Thanks everyone for the links and ideas.
> The repo is to be private, so I think I will go with bitbucket.
> On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 8:00 PM, Shlomi Fish <shlomif at shlomifish.org>wrote:
>> Hi Orr,
>> On Tue, 1 May 2012 14:07:23 +0300
>> Orr Dunkelman <orr.dunkelman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi everybody,
>> > I was wondering whether anyone is aware of open CVS/SVN servers that
>> > users to open a small repository.
>> > The project I have in mind is actually a LaTeX project, and not an open
>> > source one, so not much space is needed.
>> > Support of 4 users is needed, not much storage (LaTeX files, after all),
>> > and of course, availability (but the project would end in a year or
>> two, so
>> > I am not looking for something that would stay forever).
>> Do you want the repository to be public (i.e: that everyone in the world
>> be able to read it) or do you want a private repository (which has a
>> restricted read access)? One can easily set up a public
>> Subversion repository on Google Code ( http://code.google.com/ ) - one
>> to have a Google account, but your projects gets accepted immediately.
>> that there are some limitations on the licence (to avoid the licence
>> proliferation problem). There's also http://projectlocker.com/ which
>> gives one
>> private 200 MB repository for 2 users for free.
>> Aside from those, there is http://sourceforge.net/ and
>> http://developer.berlios.de/ , but these may require more red tape.
>> Muli mentioned Bitbucket.org, and for completeness sake there's also
>> http://github.com/ and http://gitorious.org/ , but these are Git-only
>> Mercurial can work against a git remote).
>> Shlomi Fish
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