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Re: Internal Error: Failed to Load Module for FS type

From: Martin Tomes <lists_at_tomes.org>
Date: 2006-02-17 09:45:03 CET

Mark Galbreath wrote:
> I have read tons of svn literature and I never ran across anything about
> svn running anywhere APR runs. Not svn manuals, not apache manuals. I
> avoid compiling anything on windows, however, because it is a pain in
> the ass for me.

 From the Subversion book:

Installing Subversion

Subversion is built on a portability layer called APR—the Apache
Portable Runtime library. The APR library provides all the interfaces
that Subversion needs to function on different operating systems: disk
access, network access, memory management, and so on. While Subversion
is able to use Apache as one of its network server programs, its
dependence on APR does not mean that Apache is a required component. APR
is a standalone library useable by any application. It does mean,
however, that like Apache, Subversion clients and servers run on any
operating system that the Apache httpd server runs on: Windows, Linux,
all flavors of BSD, Mac OS X, Netware, and others.

Martin Tomes
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