[arch-general] version control system for normal user

Chris Bannister c.bannister at gmail.com
Thu Aug 26 11:31:27 EDT 2010

I used SVN at first then moved to git and havnt looked back since,
fantastic all round. Check out http://githup.com

On 26 August 2010 16:02,  <fons at kokkinizita.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 10:56:45PM +0800, jewelshaw wrote:
>>     I'm a normal user on a workstation, without root privilege. Usually, I
>> have to test and revise the source code,
>> while after lots of revisions, I get confused about what's new and what's
>> old. I tried subversion, but a svn server
>> with root privilege is required as daemon. So I wonder if there's a version
>> control system which I can run as a
>> normal user. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
> If you are the only user of an SVN repo you can just put it in your
> private file space, you don't need to run a server to use SVN.
> The alternative is GIT, quite different in the way it works, but
> some people prefer it.
> Ciao,
> --
> FA
> There are three of them, and Alleline.

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