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Re: [fluid-dev] Subversion migration

From: Marcus Planet
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Subversion migration
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 11:29:54 -0400

On 4/18/07, Josh Green <address@hidden> wrote:
I'm looking into converting FluidSynth CVS to Subversion.  Unfortunately
it seems that Savannah's subversion support is rather sub par.  They
have documents on converting CVS to Subversion, but I can't find
anything on how to actually install the resulting locally converted data
to the Savannah servers.  I've opened a trouble ticket:

But no reply yet for about 5 days, perhaps its a bit premature to expect
a reply though.

I see that there is a http://gna.org and it sounds as if they support
Subversion.  I'm considering submitting a project request for
FluidSynth.  Ideally though would be to find a server to host both Trac
and subversion all in one go.  Any ideas?

Best regards,

I don't know if you can afford 8 dollars per month, Josh, and I'm not
completely sure how/if version control works with this kind of web
host, but 1and1.com is offering a great number of features (scripting,
ssh access, 2500 Gig monthy transfer).  I'm giving them a try and at
the very least they are well-suited for a sample sharing site as has
been discussed.  That seems like a lot of bandwidth to me.



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