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How to install local Team Server for Netbeans instead of using kenai.com or java.net?

 
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I have been looking for a local team server for Version control with Netbeans IDE for PHP. I read many articles, but couldn't find any.

My question is if it is possible to install local team server on my LAN for this purpose. If no, it'd be a great help to let me know alternatives, maybe with Eclipse.
 
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What do you mean by "local team server"? Do you mean Microsoft Team Foundation Server? It's kind of hard to give you an answer when the question is not clear. Or are you just asking about source code version management software in general, in which case either git or Subversion should work.
 
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I mean to say if there is any local repository rather than remote repository urls. In your words, yes source code version management software. I saw an example of git repository on the netbeans site. But I am looking for one that will push to local repository/directory.
 
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You can probably install just about any source code repository manager locally to manage your sources, but git (or mercurial) is probably the easiest to use in that manner. I suspect the example you saw was with using github, but you don't need to use github to use git.
 
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