[sword-devel] Private/Group SVN on Crosswire
refdoc at gmx.net
Thu Jan 24 01:53:39 MST 2008
Following on a discussion we had on another thread, I realised that it
is possible to run a svn repository from my ~user directory on
crosswire. This is great as it allows me to make minor changes to the
module etc without a 40 min upload each time. I just svn commit up my
changes and recompile the module on the server.
Question now: is there a way for me making this a group facility without
on the one side involving the admins (creating work for someone else) or
on the other side handing over control over my user directory to others
(my group members) who might not understand what they are dealing with?
In short I was hoping for a way of having a ssl protected
open-by-invitation-only subversion repo which does not open up my user
directory to the users. I could then get the people in my church who
work on the various aspects of proof reading etc connected up to the
repository rather than handing USB drives about or emailing bulky files
to each other.
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