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Re: SVNServe andWindows

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-07 15:13:27 CEST

"Mark Watts" <mwatts3@stny.rr.com> writes:

> 1. I have read the book, INSTALL in the source directory etc, and find no
> instructions for installing subversion using Apache binaries. Everything
> seams to be instructions for compiling everything for windows and I don't
> really have the time to figure out how to do that. I want to use it. Yet
> someone a few days ago indicated they had Subversion up and running in 5 min
> using windows and Apache. Any pointers on how it was done? Have I missed
> some documentation?

I don't think it's documented, not sure. Some win32 person will have
to answer.

> svnserve -r c:\svn

Um, that makes svnserve interact with stdin/stdout. Don't you want it
attached to a network port instead? I don't think you read the entire
explanation of svnserve in the book. :-)

If you're on Unix, add '-d' to make it background as a daemon
listening on port 3690. Or run it from inetd.

Or instead, have your client invoke a remote ssh process that invokes
a private svnserve. In that case, no need to run svnserve as a
daemon at all.

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