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Windows 1.5 server installation

From: Tom Widmer <tom.widmer_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 12:04:27 +0100

Dear all,

What's the recommended way on installing Subversion into an existing
Apache 2.2 Windows server (it's running MediaWiki on port 80)? Should I:

a) Install the Windows binaries into a seperate folder, and then import
the required modules in the httpd.conf using an absolute path to that
b) Copy all the .dlls and .sos into the apache\modules folder? (this is
what I've successfully tried out using 1.4.6)
c) Copy the .dlls into the apache\bin folder and the .sos into the
apache\modules folder?
d) Install a completely separate apache instance, e.g. based on
VisualSVN or CollabNet server, using a different port to the existing
server, such as 8080 (could I get the existing server to forward
requests to it that come in on its port (80)?)?
e) Something else?

Also, the 1.5 tigris Windows binaries don't seem to be up yet, so I
can't just use a zip file of binaries. Is anyone working on the Tigris
Windows 2.2 binaries (e.g. in a similar form to the 1.4.6 ones available

Or is it ok to lift the required binaries out of temporary collabnet
subversion server install?



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