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Java Team Project

Dave DiRito
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I'm working on a java class project with two other team members. Is there somewhere on the Internet that we store and access our files in a shared folder so that we don't have to keep emailing them back and forth as attachments?

I tried Google documents but it will not allow java file extensions. I tried uploading them as txt files, which worked but it took out all the formating (spacing and indenting). We are just using Notepad for our code.

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What you need is an svn hosting site, I think there are a few out there...

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Dave DiRito
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Thank you for the suggestions.

Would something like that be useful for a simple class project for a group of three beginner java students? If so, is there any specific site you could recommend?

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