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No respect for Windows?

From: Robert Dailey <rcdailey_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 10:00:38 -0500

Okay, so I've noticed that when a new version of SVN is released it takes a
week or more for the windows binaries to become available. Why does it take
so long to get these binaries? openCollab takes just as long. I wanted to
build this myself, but I ended up spending 2 hours trying to get all of the
dependencies together and I still haven't been able to build it.

I'm wondering if someone has a downloadable source distribution of the
latest version of Subversion that is Windows-ready. I want to be able to
download the source and have a visual studio project ready to build it. Or,
a batch file or something that builds it but the dependencies and other hard
work would have already been taken care of.

If I can't have that, then it would be nice to have the Windows binaries the
day of or the day after the official release of a new version of SVN. I'm
hoping that perhaps there are some windows binaries somewhere out there that
I don't know about. One other thing I don't like about the openCollab
release is that they only provide installers, which I don't want. I simply
just want the executable programs.

Help is appreciated.
Received on 2008-07-30 17:01:05 CEST

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