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Re: SVN on Vista

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-11-17 00:10:53 CET

Andy Levy wrote:
> On 11/16/06, Piyush, Garyali (IE10) <Piyush.Garyali@honeywell.com> wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> We have been working on SVN (running on a Linux server) for quite some
>> time
>> now. With the release of Windows Vista we would like to try running the
>> SVN
>> server there.
>> Do anyone know if SVN (server) would support Windows Vista?
> Why would you want to switch from a free, proven, reliable server
> platform that's been working "for quite some time" to hosting your
> repository on an expensive, unproven, known-to-be-buggy (because it's
> brand new, unproven, and no one ever gets things 100% right on release
> day) desktop OS?
> Sorry, I'm just not seeing the logic behind doing this in a business
> production environment.

The question was not about the logic of changing server OS in a business
environment. He asked a simple question about running SVN on Windows
Vista and the first reply he gets is a bash at Windows. Have you
thought that it may not be his choice?

If you have some useful responses to running SVN server on Windows
Vista, then let's hear it. Otherwise leave the OS-zealotry at home.

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