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How to build mod_authz_svn on windows?

From: Brian Greene <brian_at_sticentralhub.com>
Date: 2005-05-13 21:17:17 CEST

I have downloaded the subversion 1.1.0 source.
I open the project in VS.net (c++ 7 aka the first .NET environment, not
The projects build for the most part, but none of the projects include
I have been developing in Java for several years and am not afraid to dig in
and rebuild and modify an open source codebase, but
I am fairly new to the larger c/c++ projects, and am really looking for
where to
start. I have read HACKING but at the end of that it says to start by
searching the mailing list
archives. I have googled and searched the archives from the tigris
site. I find a lot of issues related
to not being able to build said sources and at least one message talking
about how they are
not built correctly on windows and/or the VS.NET project translator that
upgrades the project
files isn't always perfect, but I'm not sure that's the case here, as
most of the artifacts appear to
build correctly.
Did I pull down the wrong version of the source?
Is there a different way to build on windows? (I can't seem to get GNU
make to work... as I said
 though, I'm not a big c/c++ guy - yet).
What can I do what routes should I research to make this happen? I am
really eager to begin
making some changes to the mod_authz_svn module, but until I can get it
to reliably (and
hopefully quickly) build into the mod_authz_svn.so file, I'm a bit stuck.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Brian Greene

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