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hi folks,

Is there any SVN for check out and check in for java project's.



 
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There are several websites on which you can host your open source code, which provide you a version control system that's accessible via the Web.

There is for example GitHub, which uses the Git version control system. There's also SourceForge. I don't know what VCS they use.

Does it have to be Subversion, or can you also use another VCS?
 
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Hi Jesper,

Thanks for the reply, i need to use these SVN for internal projects of my company, is there any software that can be installed on Windows Server 2003 or 2008.
 
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We use CVSNT on a 64-bit Windows 2003 server.
 
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Aha, so you're not looking for an online version control system.

You can just download Subversion and set up your own server with it. If you're using Eclipse, then you can install the Subclipse plug-in so that you can check in and out from inside the IDE. NetBeans already has built-in Subversion support as far as I know (you don't need any special plug-in).
 
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You may want to check: http://beanstalkapp.com/
 
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thanks all

I am downloading the CVSNT suite and trying with it !
 
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