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Version Control for website with ftp only access
Unfortunately we have only access via ftp to the server (no ssh). So we need something that allows the normal work flow, i.e.:
user A and B fetch the code, and edit it. A pushes the code, B fetches again, merges, pushes and so on...
I had a look on git (which I use for my other projects) but as far as I know it does not allow a push over ftp. I had also a look at git-ftp (http://wiki.github.com/ezyang/git-ftp/) but this seems not to provide merging.
Does anybody knows a way to manage files with a version control system via ftp? It's OK if its not git.
Or do we need a better web hoster with ssh access?
Thanks a lot and best regards,