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RE: Tortoise and Apache Problem?

From: Brad Oleson <oleson_at_igist.com>
Date: 2007-05-31 19:32:43 CEST

No, one thing that helped solve the Apache-not-running issue was to
uninstall 2.2 and install 2.0.59. That fixed that issue. So now I am
running Apache 2 with Subversion 1.4 and apparently it all got run over by
(a) Tortoise...

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Levy [mailto:andy.levy@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 10:27 AM
To: Brad Oleson
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Tortoise and Apache Problem?

On 5/31/07, Brad Oleson <oleson@igist.com> wrote:
> Ok, I got Subversion and Apache to live in harmony this morning. I
> reinstalled TortoiseSVN and *poof*! Apache stopped working. Has anyone
> else encountered this, and if so is there a solution? I also am
> to the TortoiseSVN list, but thought I'd ask here as well.

I usually don't install GUI tools on my server, unless there's no
other option (IOW, I don't run TSVN on my SVN servers, even though
they are Windows).

However, my desktop (WinXP) also hosts Apache2 for local SVN testing,
and I have TSVN installed, and have had no troubles.

IIRC, you're using Apache 2.2. Is it possible that a
Subversion/Win/Apache 2.2 DLL or other file overwrote one used by
TSVN, or vice versa?

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