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jonasbn (1153)

jonasbn
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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Saturday September 09, 2006
09:58 AM

Subversion hosting and clients

[ #30939 ]

Some time ago I contacted my hosting company and requested subversion hosting via a subversion hotel, I would like to host it myself, but I do not have the time to take care of the details.
After about a week they responded, they had setup a solution for me and I got the required users created again via the hosting company.

I have however not been able to nothing but browse the repository via a webbrowser, suspecting my svn-client I attempted to update to the ssl version using, fink, but I could not get it to build, so I looked around for alternatives and I located Martin Ott, the client on his site however did not work for, so I suspected it not being able to do SSL, but I noticed an interesting blog entry: http://www.codingmonkeys.de/mbo/articles/2006/08/24/subversion-hosting-offered-b y-shelf-cloud, so I set up an hotel with this Shelf Cloud thing and until now it has actually worked out of the box. I also located an SSL enabled client for OSX.

So currently everything is working fine, with Shelf Cloud I can have more than one repository, I can create and control users myself. It is a but expensive, but I just have to get my clients to pay :)

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