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Re: Win32 binaries for 0.36.0

From: Juanma Barranquero <lektu_at_mi.madritel.es>
Date: 2004-01-18 03:55:28 CET

On Sat, 17 Jan 2004 16:59:29 +0100, "Pim Bliek" <bliekp@pingwings.nl> wrote:

> I would not advise anyone to use Win 9x to use as a server, to be
> frankly. It is not meant to be a server platform, and never will be. I
> understand your dissapointment, but maybe you are better of installing
> Win2k (or Linux of course ;)) anyhow. Good luck!

My "main" working (and home) environment is Windows XP Pro, and I'm very
happily using Subversion there (with Apache 2.0.48, not svnserve).

The fact is, I have also a Windows Me machine where I'm doing a little
development (programming Lego MindStorms robots in pbForth), and I
thought about creating a little repository and saving my code on it. I
could easily foresee problems with Apache and/or svnserve in such a
system, but, as I don't have to share my pbForth code with anyone, I
thought I'd get off with local access via file://. Boy, was I surprised
to see that I was unable to even *create* a working, valid repository!


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