|Subject:||CVS via ftp|
|Date:||Sat, 11 Mar 2006 14:08:03 +0100|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 1.5 (Windows/20051201)|
I have a lot of space at an external web hosting facility. The only way I can access it is via ftp.
So I am thinking: Is there a way to make cvs place the repository at this remote machine using ftp transfers? Does other versioning systems such as subversion offer this functionality?
If not, am I right in saying that it wouldn't be very hard to implement this? After all, instead of the files having names such as /whatever/CVS/some_module/foobar.c (or whatever), it would now be ftp://somewhere.com/whatever/CVS/some_module/foobar.c (or something like that). The functionality of CVS is the same, it is just the actual file handling that is different.
Maybe it can be done invisibly if some sort of "map/mount ftp as drive/directory" tool existed.
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