To use TortoiseSVN (or any other Subversion client), you need a place where your repositories are located. You can either store your repositories locally and access them using the
file:// protocol or you can place them on a server and access them with the
svn:// protocols. The two server protocols can also be encrypted. You use
svn+ssh://, or you can use
svn:// with SASL.
If you are using a public hosting service such as SourceForge or your server has already been setup by someone else then there is nothing else you need to do. Move along to Bab 4, Bimbingan Penggunaan Harian.
If you don't have a server and you work alone, or if you are just evaluating Subversion and TortoiseSVN in isolation, then local repositories are probably your best choice. Just create a repository on your own PC as described earlier in Bab 3, Repositori. You can skip the rest of this chapter and go directly to Bab 4, Bimbingan Penggunaan Harian to find out how to start using it.
Jika Anda berpikir tentang pengaturan multi-user repositori pada jaringan berbagi, pikirkan lagi. Baca bagian bernama “Accessing a Repository on a Network Share” untuk mencari tahu mengapa kami pikir ini adalah ide yang buruk. Menyiapkan server tidak sesulit kedengarannya, dan akan memberikan keandalan yang lebih baik dan mungkin juga kecepatan.
More detailed information on the Subversion server options, and how to choose the best architecture for your situation, can be found in the Subversion book under Server Configuration.
In the early days of Subversion, setting up a server required a good understanding of server configuration and in previous versions of this manual we included detailed descriptions of how to set up a server. Since then things have become easier as there are now several pre-packaged server installers available which guide you through the setup and configuration process. These links are for some of the installers we know about:
You can always find the latest links on the Subversion website.
You can find further How To guides on the TortoiseSVN website.