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RE: Running Subversion under IIS?

From: Leeuw van der, Tim <tim.leeuwvander_at_nl.unisys.com>
Date: 2004-04-20 10:37:33 CEST


Sorry for that -- I know better of course, having been on these lists for nearly 2 years. I did of course mean to say that the server-side of ra_dav depends heavily on the Apache API's.



-----Original Message-----
From: kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net [mailto:kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net]On
Behalf Of kfogel@collab.net
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 9:25 PM
To: Leeuw van der, Tim
Cc: Sergey Popov; users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Running Subversion under IIS?

"Leeuw van der, Tim" <tim.leeuwvander@nl.unisys.com> writes:
> 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 :-)

Subversion doesn't depend on Apache for providing server services.
Subversion *can use* Apache, however.

One of Subversion's two Repository Access (RA) layers uses Apache.
That layer is called ra_dav. The other one, ra_svn, uses a standalone
server (svnserve) that has no relation to Apache. This is what the
"svn://" URLs are about.

I doubt any of this will help Sergey with IIS, I just wanted to
correct the misimpression.


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