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Re: Success stories

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-05 16:31:32 CEST

Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> writes:
> > Subversion to the rescue! We installed Apache with the Subversion
> > DAV modules on a Windows 2000 server on the customer site and
> > created a blank repository database. This literally took 5 minutes to
> > get up and running from scratch.
> Sweet!
> To all those naysayers about "wah! wah! Apache makes it too hard!", I just
> want to say, "we told you so. we always said, 'give it time, and the
> install will be a snap.'"
> pthtpth...
> :-) :-)

I'm glad to see the smileys :-), but let's not interpret one success
story as proof that the Apache install has suddenly become as easy as
instant pizza. Unless we're also willing to count all the posts we
see about Apache/SVN installation woes as proof of the opposite! :-)

Yes, it's getting easier. No, it's still not as easy as setting up
ra_svn (or CVS). Yes, to some degree this is comparing apples and
oranges, since Apache gives you a lot of features, too. But it's not
instant pizza yet...

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Received on Thu Jun 5 17:16:16 2003

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