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RE: Subversion Platforms: WINDOWS OR AIX/UNIX?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-08-06 15:36:20 CEST

Jason Jahn <JJahn@Signicast.com> wrote on 08/06/2004 09:30:58 AM:

> I've used Apache2+mod_ssl on Windows before, and came across this site:
> http://www.madhon.co.uk/modssl/
> It contains compiled mod_ssl files, and they seem to be updated right
> for new versions.
> Of course, you'll have to trust someone else's compiled module, but I've
> never had any problem with them.
> Still, I'd say its much easier to use Apache with SSL on a *nix
> But it can be done on Windows without touching any source code ;-)

I wonder if the IBM HTTP Server would work with Subversion? They include
SSL in their download, and it is essentially just Apache. I do notice
that their latest version is 2.0.47, so assuming they align their version
numbers with Apache it wouldn't be worh trying until they release a new



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