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Re: SVN as windows service?

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-05-24 22:40:27 CEST

support@infinity.com.ua wrote:

>Thanks for the advice!
>I tried srvany before, but it failed.
>So now I'm using FireDeamon and it works perfectly well.
>Still, it would be nice to have such feature implemented in svn's
>future versions ;)
>Thanks again!
I don't blame Subversion's authors at all for not including this support
for Windows. Starting a daemon on Unix is as easy as a fork(). Windows
requires you to jump through crazy hoops to get this functionality.

Firedaemon is an excellent tool though, and very well-suited to tools
such as svnserve. It would be a good idea for the Win32 notes to point
to this tool, and possibly include the FireDaemon definition file with
the Win32 distribution as well.

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