I would love to have the Subversion Edge, or even https Apache. Email Required, but never shown. Dilbertina 2 2 6.
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CollabNet's Subversion Edge is a new package that includes Apache httpd, and a properly configured Subversion colalbnet Apache.
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The TortoiseSVN project provides a complete set of command line tools, but really doesn't support them. I can't help but wonder, though, if the folks urging you to install "CollabNet Subversion" are, in fact, urging you to consider CollabNet's Subversion Svj product. EXE running as a service. As Subversion server packages go, it's a good one, but it's cillabnet because Subversion Edge provides a clean interface for such actions as "Create a new repository" that I'm supposing your users mean Edge when they say merely "CollabNet Subversion".
Alternatively, see about getting that "no web servers" ban lifted and give Subversion Edge a spin for yourself. A couple of projects want to add repositories to our server and suggested we "upgrade" to CollabNet Subversion. It's difficult to imagine what immediate technical benefit you'd get from running CollabNet's packaged 'svnserve' utility versus the one that ships with TortoiseSVN.
There's also the question of how the code is compiled and tested.
There are other packages which are a bit easier to use because they have a GUI frontend. However, if you're technical, setting up Subversion Edge isn't difficult.
Collabneg to Winter Bash I agree with this. I would love to have the Subversion Edge, or even https Apache. CollabNet probably does a lot more thorough testing of their version of svnserve to make sure it will work under a wide variety of circumstances. Dilbertina 2 2 6.
It makes administering Subversion a whole lot easier. I am a veteran Subversion developer and a CollabNet employee.
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Mar 29 '13 at At the risk of sounding like an advertisement Subversion Edge offers a free, open-source, web-administered Subversion server in a single easy-to-install package. TortoiseSVN's version of svnserve is probably fine if you're using Subversion for your own personal use, but when you're taking about a corporate team, you should really opt for one of the many Subversion distributions that is specifically made for server use. I knew both were command-line based, and I'm relatively new to SVN, so I was not sure there was any appreciable difference between the two svnserve executables.
This no web server idea seems pretty lame. Unfortunately, it is Apache-based and distinctly not svnserve-basedcollabner I don't think it would pass your strict "no web servers allowed" policy. Email Required, but never shown. In fact, if you look at TortoiseSVN's on line documentation on svnserveyou see they tell you to use CollabNet's version of svnserve.
Considering the cost of upgrading to CollabNet is free, You should opt vsn the CollabNet package for running your Subversion server.