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RE: Building on windows

From: <A.Steenveld_at_info.umcn.nl>
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 10:28:13 +0200

> > > Collab.net have (just) now released 1.5 binaries for Windows (and
> > > RedHat, and Solaris) now:
> > http://www.collab.net/downloads/subversion/
> > >
> > That is for Apache 2.0, wait a few days more if you use Apache 2.2
> >
> Are you sure? The requirements state "IMPORTANT: Apache version
> upgraded from 2.0 to 2.2". In any event, it *includes* Apache (or did
> when I installed the RC a while back) so it's better suited for systems
> without Apache already installed (or administrators who are happy
> running two installs of Apache).
It is what the "installation information on openCollabNet" tells me.

1. Platform and configuration

   Product: CollabNet Subversion server
   Certified platforms: Windows XP SP2, Win 2003(Standard Edition) R2.
   File system support: FSFS
   Apache Modules: mod_dav_svn, mod_ldap, ssl, mod_deflate, mod_sspi
   Apache version: 2.0.58
   APR version: 0.9.12
   APR-ICONV version: 0.9.7
   APR-util version: 0.9.12
   openssl version: 0.9.7f

   Pre-requisite: The user needs administrative privileges to install
   and uninstall CollabNet Subversion.

CollabNet did miss out a bit on this installation information, the
install program tells it is for svn 1.5.0 but the installation
information tells it is for 1.4.6-4.

-- Andre.

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