>> On 2010-04-22 17:06, Cooke, Mark wrote:
>> I am resurrecting this thread to ask if anyone has come
>> forward to volunteer time and/or effort to resurrect the
>> windoze binaries as we are still on 1.6.6 against 1.6.11
>> announced a few days ago.
> From: David Darj [mailto:zid_at_alagazam.net]
> Sent: 22 April 2010 21:21
> I have built both 1.6.9 and 1.6.11
> They are available on my webpage http://alagazam.net
> You (and anyone else) is welcome to download and use it.
> The reason I've not announced the release in this (users)
> list is that I've hoped some people reading the dev list
> (where I did announce it) to download and test it first so
> I know my build environment is okey.
> As the web page says all test on subversion itself is running
> ok., but the bindings has not been tested.
You star! Thanks very much. I will do some testing with apache 2.2 on
windoze using mod_dav_svn and python bindings (to Trac using mod_wsgi)
and report back...
Out of interest, did you use VC6 or VC2008 to compile (there were
suggestions earlier in the thread that there might be some potential
issues using VC2008 binaries against the official apache build which I
am required to use here):
> From: Mark Phippard [mailto:markphip_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: 03 March 2010 14:27
> One other "pain" I thought of is that ideally the binaries
> should be built using MSVC 6.0 (I am assuming DJ has not
> changed that). Since the httpd binaries are built using that
> you can have problems if a newer Visual Studio is used for
> mod_dav_svn. You also have to deal with distributing the MS
> runtime libraries if a newer version is used.
Also, did you hook up with Troy about the installers ~ I assume that he
would be able to put them on tigris at least until we get a new home on
> From: Troy Simpson [mailto:troy_at_ebswift.com]
> Sent: 02 March 2010 02:45
> I can still build the installer, but I have never built
> binaries. The installer code in the repository is NOT the
> latest code. I had lost commit access for a time during the
> transition and by the time I got that access back there are
> no more binaries, so it has been pointless to continue
> development. If someone could produce binaries I could get
> the installer back on track, otherwise it's not worth
> spending any time on if the project will not support (as in
> supply) windows binaries.
~ mark c
Received on 2010-04-23 10:29:43 CEST