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Old 09-21-2017, 07:25 AM   #1
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Which SVN server is best as a user friendly ?


Hello,

I am new for SVN server.

It will be good if anyone suggest me with the best SVN subversion server for Linux to mange version control. Like (USVN, CollabNet,VisualSVN etc.)

Please share your thought, SVN version and the tools which will be provisioned to control the software version.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

Regards,
Tarak Nath
 
Old 09-22-2017, 08:33 AM   #2
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Bah! SVN is not 'friendly!'

Use git, like everybody else does.

"'Server?' We don't need no stinkin' server!"
 
Old 09-22-2017, 08:53 AM   #3
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Hello,
I am new for SVN server. It will be good if anyone suggest me with the best SVN subversion server for Linux to mange version control. Like (USVN, CollabNet,VisualSVN etc.)

Please share your thought, SVN version and the tools which will be provisioned to control the software version. Any feedback would be appreciated.
There is no 'best' version. The 'best' will be the one that has the features you're looking for. Since you provide ZERO details about what you're needing (past "user friendly", which is ALSO impossible to define), what do you think we'll be able to tell you???

Since you can easily find SVN server software for Linux with a brief Internet search, the best suggestion would be for you to visit their respective websites, read the documentation, and talk to your users to find out what they want. After that, download several candidates and get the users feedback, and select from there.

In short...do the job of an admin.
 
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Old 09-22-2017, 03:29 PM   #4
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Thank you for your response !

Appreciate it.

Basically we want to start develop a eCommerce website with Magento Version 2.1.9. And there will be 4 stages on the server, i.e:
Development,
Testing,
Staging,
Production / Live.

There will be only one project on the server. But there will be many user to work on this project on the server.
We want to version control only for development stage, where our developers will work.

Regards,
Tarak Nath
 
Old 09-23-2017, 08:28 AM   #5
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Thank you for your response ! Appreciate it.

Basically we want to start develop a eCommerce website with Magento Version 2.1.9. And there will be 4 stages on the server, i.e:
Development, Testing, Staging, Production / Live.

There will be only one project on the server. But there will be many user to work on this project on the server. We want to version control only for development stage, where our developers will work.
Great....so back to:
  • Discuss what features are needed with your team.
  • Look up the many different SVN servers that run on Linux.
  • Read about them and their features.
  • Select a few from the list that YOU have researched and install them.
  • Let your team test them.
  • Select based on their input, since that'll be the one that best fits your needs.
What else do you need to know??? This is your job....there are no shortcuts. Re-stating your question doesn't give us anything additional to go on, and again, we are NOT going to look things up/research things for you.
 
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