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Re: Are there windows clients yet?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-06-28 19:55:01 CEST

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

> neon was the hold up the last time I tried. The version if neon you were
> using would not compile under win32, so I could get a version of Subversion
> that would run local, but not as a server.

This makes no sense to me. Only the subversion *client* requires
neon, so it can speak to Apache. The "subversion server" is nothing
but a plugin for mod_dav. It shouldn't require neon at all.

I think what you meant is that last time you ended up with a win32
*client* that only knew how to speak to "file:///" schemas, and not
"http://" schemas. That should be the only impact of not having neon.

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