When the SVN client is used, the SVN server used is usually external, such as Google Code server, but as a program developer, even if you write the program, you should have an SVN version control system to effectively manage the development code. Here I will introduce a simple and rapid way to build SVN server in Windows environment.
The usual SVN server is built in Linux and other systems, such as with the APACHE+SVN configuration, the SVN performance under Linux will be very good, but the configuration is a bit cumbersome, if the SVN server to use only their own, then the SVN server can be built directly in the personal Windows environment to use.
The simpler scenario at the moment is VisualSVN Server. The SVN server is free and supports environments such as Windows NT, XP and 2003, which are simple to install.
The installation of the time can choose SVN go HTTP protocol or HTTPS protocol, HTTP protocol faster, and HTTPS protocol security is good. Both can access the SVN project directly from the browser.
When the installation is complete, you can see a Microsoft MMS management interface where you can easily add setup items. User rights can use Windows users, or you can create new users individually. If you originally have an SVN data, you can import the original SVN data on the interface.
The SVN client still recommends using Windows TortoiseSVN, which is very handy.