I'd definitely go with SVN for a code repo. I use a couple different SVN servers on various teams I work with at my clients. I also set one up for myself for code I'm working without other coders, mainly so I could get at it from home, on the road, or some client's site; a laptop or two, a desktop or two.... Very convenient.
You might also consider integrating it with the Trac issue tracker . It has a very nice SVN repo code browser, takes bug/issue/feature tickets, offers a wiki (e.g., for writing project plans, docs, whatever). It's integrated in the sense that you can check in code into SVN and say in your log message something like fixes #37 and Track will notice and close the open ticket #37 for you. You can reference code within Trac too. It's lightweight and gets out of your way. I prefer it to other trackers and trouble ticket systems I've used like <shudder> Remedy </shudder>, Jira, and even the venerable RT. Even if all you use is Trac's code browser it's a win, but the other stuff is real helpful with no bloat. FWIW, it's all written in Python. (a language I prefer to PHP and Java) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"