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keep code in a global place

jacob deiter
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I want to keep code global such as saving my code in some server ,so that from any location i can check out the code .All my code is just around 100 MB space.Please let me know about the server and how to interact with it?
Maneesh Godbole
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Google for CVS or SVN
There are some free versions available which might be helpful to you.


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Olivier Legat
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You could also try Google Docs, but I'm not such if it can take 100 MB.


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