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Running Trac on Windows IIS

From: Daragh Fitzpatrick <Daragh_at_UChicago.edu>
Date: 2004-06-23 18:01:43 CEST


        I'm very interested in this too, if anyone has tried it. We are
trying to use Pubcookie SSO, which doesn't support Apache on Windoze, only
IIS. I have cc'd SVN mailing list too.



Daragh Fitzpatrick Daragh@UChicago.edu (773) 702-8976

Solutions Architect NSIT Administrative Systems
Renewal Projects and Architecture University of Chicago

-----Original Message-----
From: trac-bounces@bobcat.edgewall.com
[mailto:trac-bounces@bobcat.edgewall.com] On Behalf Of Ken Barker
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 7:14 AM
To: trac@bobcat.edgewall.com
Subject: [Trac] Running Trac on Win2K without Apache

Does anyone have any information about running Trac on windows using IIS
instead of Apache?

I think I need to do the following (for an Apache-less install):
* Configure IIS to serve python / cgi
* Create an IIS site pointing to trac.cgi
* Setup svn to be served by svnserve instead of Apache

The last item is the one that I have the most questions about. Can I setup
the svn repository on the same box that is hosting Trac, such that no Apache
is used? How will this affect user access to the svn repository?

Thanks for any info.

Ken "Moon_Tan" Barker

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