A minimax algorithm with a board game as example. Interesting statistics analysis.
Access GIT remotely in read-only.
Interesting read: EFF on how to deploy https correctly.
SVN deployments are not always easy and straightforward. I prefer to have a web-interface such as WebSVN that will allow you to see the source code and check differences in between versions from a simple web-client. This is fine for reading, but not useful for getting a working copy to your local machine.
For downloading the source-tree, the branches or trunk, one would use one of the access protocols. The most straightforward is HTTP. This is understood by everyone and allows a simple viewer even without WebSVN. For commits, we would use ideally HTTPS. Both protocols require the WebDAV protocol to be deployed.
If you are working on a local machine, or in a local Unix/Linux/Mac environment, one would choose SVN or SVN+SSH. Given the difficulty of setting up SSH in a corporate environment from a Windows machine, I do not believe this is a real option for a vast majority of users. (Yes, some developers are living in a Windows corporate world.)
Lets assume the following scenario. Developer is somewhere on the internet, the repository is in corporate walls and a firewall is sitting in between. The correct set-up would be. HTTPS on the developer’s pc, connect to proxy forwarder gateway at corporate DMZ, forward this to in-house HTTPS WebDAV enabled SVN server.
The trouble with this set-up is that while the developer can browse the repository over HTTPS (or HTTP) or by means of the WebSVN directory, he cannot check-in if his pc is located behind a Microsoft proxy server…
Error getting OPTIONS – error 503, or MKACTIVITY – error 503.
I am still looking into a resolution for this problem. Any help welcome….
I found following scripts and tips useful: