Subversion is taylored to use Apache API's; it depends on Apache for providing server services. Of course, it might be possible to add a plugin module to use IIS. As long it's still compatible with the WebDAV/DeltaV sub-dialect that the Subversion client speaks -- it's not a fully compliant, generic implementation. So it's perhaps not as easy as it might sound. But I guess that you're welcome to try :-)
Anyways, in my experience Apache 2 runs very well on windows, and I didn't find the basic configuration that hard either. The most difficult thing is, if there's a need to also run IIS on the same server and you want both to use the same port number...
From: Sergey Popov [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 7:00 PM
Subject: Running Subversion under IIS?
Does anybody try to run Subversion under Internet Information Server? Apache under Windows is exotic, in my opinion.
Thank you, Sergey Popov.
Received on Mon Apr 19 22:19:27 2004