SVN is one the most popular repositories for code and having your own SVN repository on a Linux VPS makes a lot of sense. It could be your main repository or it could be a backup. Offsite backups are must these days and act like an insurance policy against fire, theft and damage.
This tutorial explains how to setup and use an SVN repository server on CentOS. Before I start, let me explain what actually SVN represents and what it is used for. SVN is actually an abbreviation of SubVersion which had been created by the Apache software developer. It enables you […]