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Re: SASL for ra_svn on Windows

From: Vlad Georgescu <vgeorgescu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-26 11:49:28 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> [...]
> an app which doesn't have the correct manifest resource can't load a dll
> which requires the crt v8, because that will only load if the manifest
> is correct.
> For example:
> app built with VS2005 (has the correct manifest)
> * can load dlls linked with crt v6 (no manifest) or crt v8
> * can't load dll's linked with crt v7 (built with VS2002/2003)
> an app built with VC6 (has no manifest at all)
> * can load dlls linked with crt v6
> * can *not* load dlls linked with crt v7 or higher versions

I'm not sure I understand. Are you saying that if a plugin dll has a
manifest resource, it will be ignored? The reason I'm asking is that I
have a httpd.exe that was built against msvcrt.dll and I can get it to
load my mod_dav_svn.so linked with msvcrt80d.dll without any problems.
Am I missing something?

> of course, this also depends on the OS version the apps are used on:
> * Win2k won't be a problem (doesn't know manifests)
> * WinXP shouldn't be a problem with most configurations. But a more
> tighten up system could prevent the dlls from loading properly
> * Win2003/Vista will be a problem

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