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Re: win32 svn 1.1.0-rc1 binaries posted

From: Martin Tomes <lists_at_tomes.org>
Date: 2004-07-19 21:26:04 CEST

Emmanuel-G BLOT wrote:
>> I unpacked httpd-2.0.49 and svn 1.1.0-rc1 release tarballs, and
>> everything "just worked". And it was all built from the VC6
>> commandline, no less -- I never saw the visual environment once. No
>> hitches, no snags. Major kudos to our win32 build-system developers!
>> And even more kudos to whomever wrote the "new" win32 instructions in
> Have you ever tried with the free 7.x compiler ?
> If SVN can be built without any IDE, that would be nice if the new
> compiler, which is available for free, could be used:
> it produces more efficient binaries and far more important... it is free !
> ( I never tried )

The current build uses the IDE - you just don't see it! The generated
build scripts are interpreted by the msdev command and msdev is the IDE.
  This discussion has been had before, to break free of Visual Studio
another build system would have to be used on Win32 and that would be a
lot of work.

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