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Re: Installing svnserve as service under Windows NT/2K/XP

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2003-04-11 19:30:35 CEST

Michael Reitz wrote:

>| i doubt anyone but you has tried it.
>| even if you do get it running though, you will have problems, as
>| svnserve is completely single threaded under windows (since windows
>| lacks fork, and svnserve currently depends on fork for handling multiple
>| concurrent accesses). this is especially problematic since there are
>| some svn operations that require multiple connections to the server in
>| order to function, and thus they won't work at all.
>I've already read that in the mailing list archive.
>However, I use TortoiseSVN (not supporting copy, move and merge operations
>yet) and an external diff application on the client side; are there still
>problems to be expected.

well, tortoisesvn is still using the same underlying subversion
libraries, so it is likely to run into the same issues as the command
line client. i'm not sure precisely what commands would cause the
problems, but running svnserve on win32 is still something that very few
people have even tried, so it's likely you'll run into problems.


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