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posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Apr 22, 2007 12:19 PM
LibreSource support Subversion by providing an automatic way to create a subversion repository and by managing its security.

Its a resource on its own like the LibreSource synchronizer. A LibreSource Synchronizer can't be accessed with a subversion client.

To access, to the services provided on subversion, you will have to install LibreSource with a subversion server and configure both in order to allow each other to work together.

This information is available in the install file provided in the source package.



posted by Fred Janon at Apr 22, 2007 5:41 AM
It seems that LibreSource has support for Subversion. Do we have to choose between Subversion or Synchronizer when creating a resource or Synchronizer does work on a Subversion repository? I could not find anything in the documentation about that.

I would like to use LibreSource for a project but would like to use the Subversion Client tools to check in/out the sources.