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    SVN / Trac

    GeekISP offers SVN and Trac repositories with all shell-based accounts. Whether you'd like a private area to work, or if you'd like to collaborate on your project with others, our SVN and Trac services can meet a range of working styles. If you'd like to utilize this service, please contact support and provide us with the name of the repository you'd like created.

    We'll create your repository, and then you can use our shell tools to create users or load an existing SVN dump into your repository. More details on interacting with SVN services are in the FAQ:

    http://www.geekisp.com/faq/category7.html

    You'll also find a new directory in your home directory, ~/svn_info. It'll contain a text file for each repository, describing specific commands you can use for your repository.

    Connecting to your repository is simple. In a Unix environment, type:

    svn co https://my_user_name@svn.geekisp.com/my_repository_name/...
    In other environments, just use the above URL with your SVN client of choice. Basic knowledge of SVN is required, but we can help if you have questions. Just email us.

    A Trac instance is also automatically created for every new Subversion repository. Trac / SVN users are also granted full administrative access via command line tools. Trac instances, by default at GeekISP, do not allow anonymous access to your source code. If you'd like to allow anonymous users to browse your code, please consult the Trac Permissions documentation.


     
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