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use of svn in small projects

bhavit pant
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Joined: May 22, 2012
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hi, i wanna know if it is possible to have a online repository just as we do in offices,
how to configure it in eclipse, i want to work in a project with mah friends,
i tried doing it myself but all in vain, please help, guide,
i tried to host my project in code.google, and assembla.com, but dont know how to connect it with my eclipse
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Ulf Dittmer
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I'm getting lots of promising results by searching for "google code svn eclipse".


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Peter Johnson
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For small projects why bother with Subversion; why not use git? Then you don't have to set up a separate repository server and go through all that hassle. You can easily ask git to create a repository using an existing Eclipse project and go from there.


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