Installed Apache HTTP Server and it was actually very easy. While at it, I looked at the version control system Subversion, which is ”the next generation CVS”, and loaded it as a module in Apache. Setting it up was quite easy, with only a few changes to httpd.conf. After I created a repository, I could use TortoiseSVN to check in and out files in the Windows explorer. The latest revision of the checked in files could also be seen/downloaded using a browser, which is a great way of sharing single documents from the repository. I will start using it right away, to store my own project files. That way, I have the files centrally, but can work with the files locally, and ”replicate” the changes (a bit like the well known Lotus Notes 🙂 when I am connected to the server.