I host my Subversion source code repository at wush.net. It costs me every three months. I pay automatically by PayPal. The support is excellent. They seem eager to help, a rarity these days.
My Subversion repository of Java, C, C++ and assembler source code is open to the public to look at but not to update. The IntelliJ people insisted I have a public repository as a condition of giving me a free copy of the IntelliJ Idea IDE (Integrated Development Environment). I could host it myself on my PC (Personal Computer) or my ISP (Internet Service Provider) server, but that would require a learning curve and fiddly maintenance. The wush.net people ensure there is an up-to-date independent off-site backup and deal with any problems. There is no way a free service would be so willing to babysit me.
I could not get the WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning Protocols) service to work, but that is not necessary.
|Wush.net URL (Uniform Resource Locator) s|
|wush.net home||http://wush.net||Where you can sign up for wush.net.|
|Subversion||https://wush.net/svn/mindprod||Hook in here with Tortoise Subversion.|
|Login Admin||https://wush.net/members/access_control.php||Login to control panel to configure service.|
|WebSVN||https://wush.net/websvn/mindprod||View repository here with a browser.|
|WebDAV||https://wush.net/webdav/mindprod||WebDAV file upload.|
|Homepage||http://wush.net/~mindprod/||WebDAV file upload.|
|Support||http://support.wush.net/||Support and FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).|
|Portal||https://portal.wush.net/||Get statistics in the members’ area.|
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