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RE: Win32 Client

From: Powell, Jim (EER) <PowellJF_at_navair.navy.mil>
Date: 2001-07-05 19:13:22 CEST

> "Powell, Jim (EER)" <PowellJF@navair.navy.mil> writes:
> > But as I stated earlier, I would be willing to try to get
> mod_dav_svn to
> > work on Win32 if someone would tell me where the source is.
> mod_dav_svn is part of the Subversion source tree! That module *is*
> our server, once it's plugged into mod_dav. It interprets
> subversion-specific DAV commands on one end, and speaks to
> libsvn_fs.so on the other end (our repository.)
> Did you read the instructions in notes/dav_setup.txt?
> In a nutshell:
> * You build Apache 2.0 with the --enable-dav switch. This gives
> you Apache with mod_dav built in.
> * You build subversion with the --with-apxs flag, pointing to files
> in the Apache tree. I don't know what the MSVC equivalent action
> is. Also, subversion needs to recognize that berkeley db is on
> your system. If present, it will build libsvn_fs and
> mod_dav_svn.
> * Install the subversion DLLs, and install mod_dav_svn.
> * Create a repository with svnadmin and put a <Location> pointer to
> it in your httpd.conf.
> Unfortunately, I'm describing the Unix process of building a
> subversion server. I don't know how it all works using MSVC and our
> .dsp files. :-(

I'll wait on Mike, he will probably be able to tell me how much of this
stuff has been done in the .dsp files. Why reinvent the wheel. At least I
have Apache 2 and mod_dav running, and can access the web folders from other
machines, that in itself makes me happy, now all I have to do is finish the
process, and get a client that works.

Jim Powell

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