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Last post May 07, 2012 11:05 AM by bbcompent1
Dec 09, 2010 10:07 AM|LINK
I am in need for a little advice and I hope you can guide me in the right direction.
My situation is this.
I have many small applications that I have developed in dotNET using Visual Studio. I only develop on these applications now and then and when I do I make a backup of the folder that contains the applications. Unfortunately I have
this bad habit of placing these ackup folders here and there (harddisk, laptop, ftp server, usb stick etc). The result of this bad habit is that I never know whether I'm working on the latest version of a certain application
I would like to place all these application on somekind of online webfolder that is under the control of some kind of Source Control System.
My hope is to be able to open Visual Studio and then download (from within Visual Studio) of the applications of mine. Make changes to the application and then "Commit the changes" to the online webfolder that is under the Source Control
System. (And afterwards delete the files I have downloaded).
In this respect I would like to ask you guys about which "provider" will suit me. (I have found an interesting link here, maybe it's useful: http://www.svnhostingcomparison.com/)
Before you answer there is a few things to include:
That's pretty much it.
I really hope to hear from you.
Thanks for reading.
May 07, 2012 11:05 AM|LINK
I can say I have had great success with SourceForge.
If your project is Open Source, you could try CodePlex @