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Re: Status Update: zlib did not import into Visual Studio 2005

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-02 11:57:42 CET

On Mar 2, 2006, at 03:16, Theodore Hahn wrote:

> Well, I have figured out the zlib subproject needs to be built
> separately first. Of course, the new VC++ 2005 does not want to
> build the machine assembly code in zlib...and another issue is --
> do I really want to install another web server on my computer when
> IIS is already running? Can IIS be used instead?

If you're going to serve a Subversion repository through a web
server, then as far as I know it must be Apache 2. I'd of course like
to make a case for supporting the lighty web server, but that's
another issue.

> So far in help from this group, I have received two emails -- from
> my perspective, my first spam with my new email account. The
> statements "free" "inside" do not qualify as being very helpful.
> Perhaps the person who sent these "helpful" responses knows how to
> use a spelling checker, but any ability to write using coherent
> grammar is lacking. For a while, I pondered over the notion of a
> new open source marketing campaign for 'Free Inside' instead of
> 'Intel Inside.' ;-)
> If anybody in this group, somehow or another the origin of the
> spam, wants to assist me in tracking down the leak that generated
> the spam, please send me an email, for instance, I do not know how
> to read, "Received: from ([])" -- is the
> first or second IP address more important?

I report all spam I receive to spamcop.net which figures all that
stuff out for you.

The Tigris.org web site does not obfuscate email addresses, so the
Subversion list archives there are a likely place where spammers
would have gotten your email address:


The relevant bug:


Please scream and shout as much as you like about this. If it finally
causes the problem to be resolved, I'll be greatly pleased, but am
not holding my breath, since the bug has been open for 2.5 years

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