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To access the repositories below via a web browser, just click on the links.  You may be asked to enter your username and password to get access to restricted repositories.

Repository NameLogin(Read Only)
InsurrectionRSS Feed of activity in repository InsurrectionAtom Feed of activity in repository InsurrectionThe Insurrection Web Tools for Subversion.  This contains the official public Insurrection source code.  The Insurrection tools are used to run this server.
exampleRSS Feed of activity in repository exampleAtom Feed of activity in repository exampleAn example repository.  This also contains some test cases.

To access the repositories above via Subversion, browse to the location in the repository you want via your web browser and then use that URL with your favorite Subversion client tool.  You may be asked to enter your username and password for access to any restricted repositories.

Note:  You should normally not check out the whole repository from the root as it may contain many tags and/or branches.

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[Valid RSS]
Atom and RSS feeds are available for activity in a repository or sub-tree of a repository.  The Atom and RSS link buttons you will see while browsing the repositories will produce a feed for that part of the repository.

The Atom feed has been validated to conform to the Atom 1.0 IETF standard and RFC-4287.

The RSS feed has been validated to conform to the RSS 2.0 specification.

Both feeds support HTTP "Conditional GET" operation via the the HTTP ETag/If-None-Match headers to reduce bandwidth and system overhead when there are no new updates since the last download of the feed.  Most feed readers and browsers support this.  You can read more about it at this blog and in the HTTP specification.

Some resources that are located on this server.

The Insurrection Project The Insurrection project information page - the code that we developed for our service.
Browser Test Pages Some simple browser compatibility test pages for the Insurrection Web Tools.
Apache mod_rewrite Tests It seems that certain URL patterns do not get processed correctly within mod_rewrite in Apache 2.0.54
My Subversion Quick-Start Some introductory documentation about Subversion and the revision control rules and procedures that I follow.

Some resources that we think are useful for working with Code-Host services.

The Subversion Project The Subversion project home page
The Subversion Book The Subversion Book - a freely available, very good book on using Subversion.  Also published by O'Reilly Media.
The Insurrection Project The Insurrection project information page - the code that we developed for our service.

Watch this space - we will be announcing Revision Management Hosting plans soon...

About Us by MKSoft Development provides reliable & secure hosted document and code revision management services via the internet.  The service is built on industry leading technologies: Cisco firewalls, Linux servers, Apache webservers, Subversion repositories, and the Insurrection web interface.

The servers are high-quality, carrier grade servers that are co-located in high-security, high-bandwidth data centers.  The repositories on the servers are backed up nightly to a secured backup system with at least two generations of complete backups available.  For that extra level of security, each server is secured behind a dedicated external firewall in addition to the server's internal firewall.

MKSoft Development provides advanced internet and computer technology consulting services.  MKSoft Development has a full range of revision management solutions ranging from basic network hosted revision management accounts to full custom integrated systems at customer sites.  We have built custom revision management and software build solutions for over 15 years for a variety of environments using various proven and stable technologies.  Reliability and security are always critical concerns, especially for revision management systems.

Michael Sinz has been in the technology and software industry since 1979.  In addition to his commercial work, he has been contributing to "open source" for much of that time.