This week, I searched for free online SVN repositories for closed-source projects. Of course, there are plenty of sites offering services for OpenSource projects: Google Code, SourceForge, etc. It may seem amazing, but everybody does not necessarily want to expose its code to the world. From what I’ve found, there aren’t so many free SVN repositories around.
This week, I was tasked to create a development infrastructure with the following components: Subversion for Source Code Management, Trac for bugtracking, Hudson for Continuous Integration, Sonar for Quality Reporting, and Nexus, a Maven repository. I added 2 more components: a database in order to store data from each application in the same datastore, and a LDAP in order to authentify oneself in each application with the same credentials.