2010/3/3 Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>:
> One other "pain" I thought of is that ideally the binaries should be
> built using MSVC 6.0 (I am assuming DJ has not changed that). Since
> the httpd binaries are built using that you can have problems if a
> newer Visual Studio is used for mod_dav_svn. You also have to deal
> with distributing the MS runtime libraries if a newer version is used.
> The "pain" is that is not possible to obtain a legal copy of MSVC 6.0
> anymore. So unless you already have a copy you cannot get it.
> Building with Visual Studio 2008 is a lot simpler but has these other
> problems to contend with.
I, personally, do not know with what VS version official Apache HTTPD
binaries (*.msi) are built with, but the ones from
http://www.apachelounge.com/ that I am using (many thanks to them for
providing those) are built with VC 2008.
I had to install VC 2008 redistributable package, that can be downloaded here:
I used Tigris binaries before, but since 1.6.9 I am using the
Collabnet ones. I wish those were available as a zip archive (or with
a command to unpack the installer), though.
This is for a 32-bit OS.
Received on 2010-03-03 16:25:51 CET