[TxMt] svnserve or apache2 on Leopard?
R e m b e r t O l d e n b o o m
rembert at floating-point.nl
Sun Nov 11 10:33:51 UTC 2007
I watched this thread for a while. I have subversion setups running
with two of my customers and it's just really easy to setup, I really
don't know what the painful thing is. The setups are always
within-company, no need for svn+ssh, just via http is enough.
Once Apache is configured correctly, it's just a matter of 'svnadmin
create' to setup a new repos, and copy some standard config file into
the repos. Easy to add to a script. I added some extra sweets to the
script so it will setup a trac-environment as well resulting in a near
perfect work environment. No need for reconfiguring Apache or
whatsoever, just run the script with a single parameter (project name)
and that's it.
One note: my subversion repositories all live on Ubuntu servers.
I did not know about Mercurial / Git so that was interesting to read
about. But as my setups need to be accessible for several programmers
- some come and go - who appearantly all just happen to know about
On 11/11/07, Allan Odgaard <throw-away-2 at macromates.com> wrote:
> On 10 Nov 2007, at 23:43, Thomas Aylott - subtleGradient wrote:
> > [...]
> > For Subversion, since creating a repository is so painful, people
> > tend to make a large repo that contains multiple subprojects. EG:
> > Macromates bundle repo.
> > For Mercurial, it would make the most sense to have a separate
> > Mercurial project per project, or per bundle. Since it's not as easy
> > to checkout only a subfolder of a project (afaik).
> That should maybe be listed also as a downside of Mercurial/Git.
> I.e. with Subversion a project is just a directory, everything you can
> do with a project (branch/switch, checkout, etc.) you can do with just
> a single directory (and be blissfully unaware of the rest of the
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