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Hi guys,
when i started my first java projects they were small in size and medium in complexity.i was backing up these projects simply in a Hard drive or a RW CD.
now the projects i start getting involved in are much complex and bigger is size. i'm thinking of a good way to store my bits of code in a secure environment so i can refer to them when needed.
storing in HD might not be the best way -i believe- . I wonder if i can create svn repositories for my projects so i can get full control over them through the whole development cycle.
are there any free svn repo servers where i can store my projects?
one important requirement is the ability to hide my svn code from public view ..it would be nice if there are some free svn or CVS services like this.any suggestion?
probably you guys can share with us how you save and store the code you write every day.

thanks
 
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My hosting company provides svn repositories where I store the source for all my projects. Not free.

There are free sites, but remember, you rarely get what you don't pay for.
 
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Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
My hosting company provides svn repositories where I store the source for all my projects. Not free.

There are free sites, but remember, you rarely get what you don't pay for.



Yes exactly. me too believe using an svn repo is the best way to store and track one's projects.
I agree with you that you must pay to get a good service.however my hosting company doesn't provide svn repos services. I thought trying a free svn hosting service and see if it proves to be a good way for me to store my project; then i can upgrade to a paid svn service afterwards.
i think www.sourceforge.org provides this svn service free; but probably your code will be public to all web viewers.
i just wanted to know if someone here can recommend me a good svn hosting service ..otherwise I'll have to google for this.
thanks
 
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