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Re: Windows binaries - what to do with them?

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2003-09-26 12:46:14 CEST

Concerning Re: Windows binaries - what to do w
Branko ─Œibej wrote on 26 Sep 2003, 9:27, at least in part:

> Jan Hendrik wrote:
> >
> >Can these be just downloaded and unpacked into the existing SVN
> >folder (use folder names of course) and the mod/lib files copied over
> > to Apache as with the installer, too? (A simple batch file could do
> >this.) Or is it not that easy?
> >
> >
> Yes, this can be done. In fact I don't use the installer myself -- I
> actually unpack the ZIP file I make into a directory that's in my
> path.
>
> I'm not saying we shouldn't have an installer, thought.

Of course not, the installer makes it easier for the not so savvy.
And for the first install anyway. Awful for new users to having read
long instruction text - put this here, put that there!

Jan Hendrik

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