Re: svn-x.x.x-setup.exe _and_ svn-x.x.x-dev-setup.exe
Jostein Chr. Andersen wrote:
>I want to make an additional Windows installer (a developer/admin
>version) in the folder:
>This new (planned) version named svn-x.x.x-dev-setup.exe which is status
>marked as draft is different from the standard one in several ways:
> * It's from trunk. However, the binaries will be the same as in
> the current svn-x.x.x-setup.exe files.
> * Additionally, it contains Language bindings (and possible other
> developer related stuff).
> * Goodies from the repo's tools directory.
> * Installs Apache server modules and edits httpd.conf.
> * Do she same for svnserve as it does for the apache modules.
> * Probably much more
> * The trunk version do already have some of the functions above
> (apache handling)
> * Some functions and additional programs, such as stuff from the repos
> tools directory will be included in the standard distro when a pre
> 1.0.x-branch is created and in use.
>I want to use the trunk version (svn-x.x.x-dev-setup.exe) because then
>it will be well tested by people that's used to work on computers while
>the stable installer (svn-x.x.x-setup.exe) will continue as now.
>I want new functions (such as dealing with the apache server) to be
>well tested before included i the stable installer.
>The trunk (dev) version of the installer will be quite stable anyway, so
>I think it may be very usable for many people.
I think this is a very good idea. In the past few days I've thought
along these lines too, for example, it would be great if the installer
could set up svnserve as a service on Windows. But I think it would be
better if the experinemtal installer used binaries from trunk, too -- to
make sort of a development snapshot, maybe every two weeks or so. I can
take care of creating the binaries. Also I suggest we put this temporary
stuff into a different folder -- I'll set it up right now -- and the
package name should contain the revision from which the binaries were built.
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Received on Sat May 22 17:17:29 2004
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