Code hosting services

Andrew Berg bahamutzero8825 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 08:54:54 CEST 2011


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I know this isn't specific to Python, but it is somewhat on topic. Way
back when I had a simple project, SourceForge was by far the most
prominent place to host (and it still is, though to a lesser extent
now). SourceForge is still an option for me, but I know there are many
other hosts out there. The problem is I don't which one what the pros
and cons of each are. Wikipedia has some information, but it's generally
objective. This is useful, but it's not enough to narrow my choices down
to one or two. What can you guys recommend?

BTW, I'll likely be sticking with Mercurial for revision control.
TortoiseHg is a wonderful tool set and I managed to get MercurialEclipse
working well.

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