[wp-hackers] Kinda OT: Setting up a SVN server under Windows
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Thu Nov 6 05:10:32 GMT 2008
And you dont even need to run svnserve if you only need local access.
I personally run svnserve on my VPS host, means i've got a remote
However, for most things, I simply set my SVN client to use a local
Its much simpler, means you dont have an extra process running when its
not needed, and is just as useable as a remote svn host for most stuff.
to create the above repo, all i'd do is a "svn create c:/svn/my-plugin-2/"
and thats it.
Of course, If you want access to SVN from away from your computer,
svnserve is probably the best method
On Thu, 06 Nov 2008 15:41:11 +1100, Daniel Torreblanca
<regulatethis at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you don't have a good reason for serving SVN through Apache, I'd
> say stick with svnserve. Running through Apache is helpful if you've
> got a fancy authentican scheme (LDAP and such), but performance-wise
> its worse than svnserve and it doesn't offer any other real benefit. I
> don't have much experience running svn on windows, but if you're more
> specific about any problems you're running into, how far you've gotten
> so far and/or what it is that you actually want to do I'd be glad to
> On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 11:28 PM, Viper007Bond <viper at viper007bond.com>
>> Sorry for the kinda OT thread, I'm sure you guys are a lot smarter than
>> when it comes to these things.
>> I'm currently using XAMPP for my localhost development install. However
>> like to start using SVN to record my changes (for example to custom
>> However the guides I've found via Google haven't helped me much. I've
>> read something about integrating it with Apache 2.2.x, but I'm so
>> Anyone happen to have a good link to a nice guide?
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