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    Free svn

    I started a simple openGL project with a group of other game developers who are new to 3d programming. I have a hosting account but it has a limited bandwidth/space.

    I was wondering if there were any sites out there which offered a free svn system for people to use?

    Thank you for your time and effort,


    Joe

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    If your project is an open source project, there are a number of project hosting services out there, e.g., SourceForge, Google Code and Launchpad (which uses Bazaar instead of Subversion).
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    GNU Savannah offers SVN, CVS, Mercurial and Git, but it has somewhat stricter requirements than other hosting services. There's also NonGNU Savannah, but I think that's just an alternative URL for the same service.
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    That's a client. The OP asked for a free SVN host.
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    If you are reasonably proficient with network administration, and your ISP allows it, there's always the option of running a server yourself.

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    SourceForge and google code are quite popular with subversion crowds. Personally, I *much* prefer distributed version control (a la Git/Mercurial) but if SVN is what you're into I would say SF or googlecode to be adequate (they also come with other services such as bug trackers and wikis, etc..)

    For a (free google-sponsored) complementary code-review service with SVN integration, there is also Rietveld: http://codereview.appspot.com/
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