If you want to use mod_ssl & Apache/svn on Windows then you'll have to build
it from source. As that's the only way I know (though others might know
differently) to reliably get hold of this particular module. So, at the
moment, I would dispute your second point.
From: Darren_Enns@cwb.ca [mailto:Darren_Enns@cwb.ca]
Sent: 06 August 2004 13:24
Subject: Subversion Platforms: WINDOWS OR AIX/UNIX?
One of the recent postings got me wondering about the percentages of folks
installing/using Subversion on different platforms.
I am still involved in a 'proof of concept' project involving Subversion.
When we found out that a precompiled/prepackaged version of Subversion was
available for Windows, but only 'source' for AIX, it was immediately decided
that we would use the Windows version -- despite my mild protests that I was
personally much more familiar with AIX/Unix (and writing scripts, etc.).
When I was also told that any 'production' Subversion server would have to
be a brand-new independent Windows box, I became even more convinced that
simply 'piggybacking' on an existing AIX box would be easier to manage (and
However, I was overruled because it was perceived that:
1) A lot more people are using Subversion on Windows that are on AIX (so
2) We would never have the hassles/risks of installing/upgrading Subversion
on Windows (since binaries (not source) are provided)
I don't think I can argue against either of these points, but I wondered if
the users in this forum can confirm or challenge these ideas?
In the meantime, I have at *least* figured out how to send email from
Windows NT using a 'post-commit' hook -- it would have taken me a lot less
time to do this in AIX :)
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