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There are 4 that I know of: http://bitbucket.org/ (for Mercurial Version Control) http://github.com/ (for Git Version Control) http://www.codeplex.com/ http://sourceforge.net/ The big difference in features are that options 1 and 2 seamlessly integrate version control and allow you to have public and private projects. So you will be able to work with ...
Take a look at wrttn.in Wrttn is a simple notepad with many useful features, the main one being that you can save as much text as you like while taking advantage of the formatting options markup languages such as Textile or Markdown give you. This means that you can use wrttn to jot down ideas, write an article, an essay, a collection of ...
Pastebin is a site for sharing only plain text or source code. From their FAQ: Pastebin.com is a website where you can store text for a certain period of time. The website is mainly used by programmers to store pieces of sources code or configuration information, but anyone is more than welcome to paste any type of text. The idea behind the site is to ...
I found https://defuse.ca/pastebin.htm to be pretty useful and working well. This pastebin encrypts your post with a 128 bit equivalent random code which is included in the paste URL. The URL code is hashed using SHA256 into a key for AES-256 in CBC (Cipher Block Chaining) mode. The only way anyone will see your paste is if they have the URL. So ...
Forrst allows you to share code (and screenshots/links) and discuss them, currently in beta and invite-only but due to open up soon. Here's an example post:
If you don't want your pastes turning up in searches then you may want to just sign up for an account, which will allow you: Free members can create unlimited 'public' pastes, 25 'unlisted' pastes, 10 'private' pastes. If you need more than 10 private pastes, you can look into something like GitHub Gists which doesn't have a limit on how many you can ...
You can use ipaste, for instance: http://www.ipaste.eu/view?id=5172
You can use a service like instablogg. It will give you a link to edit/delete the post later and a different link for viewing. You don't need to log in.
If you use windows live writer for your blog then there is a plugin available. More info http://lvildosola.blogspot.com/2007/02/code-snippet-plugin-for-windows-live.html If you don't you could add the additional style sheet to your site and just use the plugin for formatting before pasting into a post (just use wlw :P)
For sharing, writing simple JS code http://www.jsbin.com/ is pretty cool!!
See this question that also brings in executing the code. Answers regarding IDEOne and JSFiddle both offer pastebin functionality. Some of the others may as well.
I would highly recommend you trying out Ezcrypt. You may also help contribute to the project by visiting it's github page.
You can try LockMyStuff It also give you some options like max permitted users, time to expire and keep track of access to the message
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