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Re: Subversion installation woes

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-05-19 22:28:26 CEST

Predrag Stanar <pstanar@yahoo.com> wrote on 05/19/2004 04:08:19 PM:

> After two days I'm almost ready to give up on subversion. Problem
isinstall. I
> have to make it work with Apache (not svnserve) and have choice of
Solaris 2.9
> and Windows 2000 Server. I hit roadblock on both.

snipping the Solaris stuff, I have no idea.

> Windows is even worse. I was trying to fllow section "Building the
> Source under Windows" but no luck. First, Berkeley binaries mentioned to
be on
> the http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList are
> not there. So
> I built it from the source and placed in db4-win32 subdirectory.
> After running "python gen-make.py -t dsp --with-httpd=..\httpd-2.0.49"
> supposed to:

Any reason you didn't just use the Windows binaries? Also, the BDB
binaries are still there:


> "Open the subversion_msvc.dsw file gen-make creates in the
> Compile the __ALL__ target to compile everything, __ALL_TESTS__ to also
> the test programs."

Are you using MSVC 6.0? Those instructions are for 6.0. not VS. NET.

> As a last resort, I installed Apache from the msi installer provided by
> and then tried to add mod_dav_svn.so provided in
> You'd think that would work, but you'd be wrong.

You also have to copy the 3 DLL's to the modules folder or have then in

A lot of us run with Apache on Windows.

Received on Wed May 19 22:28:59 2004

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