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Re: Are there windows clients yet?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-06-28 19:27:31 CEST

"Powell, Jim (EER)" <PowellJF@navair.navy.mil> writes:

> Well, I know this system will compile as is using VC++ on Win32, I have done
> some testing there (actually runs good on win2k). Is there any plan to
> update to the newest neon so that the Win32 folks get to have a server?
> That has always been my biggest complaint about CVS, we can run local, but
> if you run win32 you are not allowed to have a server.

Apache httpd compiles and runs on win32. So do the apache modules
that convert it into a "subversion server". So does the subversion
client (it's using Apache's portability library.)

Therefore, in theory, absolutely everything related to subversion
should work on win32. In *practice*, I don't think anyone has
attempted to set up a subversion server on win32 yet.

(Btw, we upgraded to the latest neon library two days ago.)

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