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Tutorial: Install, configure, and use Subversion

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This article covers building, configuring, and using Subversion. Subversion is a version control system that is a useful open source replacement for CVS. Subversion can also run stand-alone:
Subversion also offers a standalone server option using a custom protocol (not everyone wants to run Apache 2.x). The standalone server can run as an inetd service, or in daemon mode, and offers basic authentication and authorization. It can also be tunnelled over ssh.
 read more | score:7856 | -Ray, May 2, 2007
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