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Software News   Software News : AmigaOS4: Subversion extension package for AAMP published.
   posted by CygnusEd on 8-Aug-2011 21:19:01 (1159 reads)
An extension package for the native version of AAMP - a web server package for
AmigaOS 4 - is now available on OS4-depot. It contains the version control
system software "subversion" version 1.6.17 and an extended version of the
Apache web server. The new binary contains the Apache subversion modules and the
modules for WebDAV support. Additionally the WebDAV client "cadaver" (V 0.23.3)
is included in the package.



Advantages of this port compared to the previous port:
* Most recent version 1.6.17 instead of version 1.1.4.
* Working server "svnserve".
* New tool "svnsync".
* Repositories can be hosted by the Apache web server.
* Working localisation.


Download: http://os4depot.net/?function=showfile&file=development/utility/aamp-subversion.lha

Homepages:
Subversion: http://subversion.apache.org
Apache: http://httpd.apache.org
    

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Teddy 
Re: AmigaOS4: Subversion extension package for AAMP publishe
Posted on 9-Aug-2011 10:23:07
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This is great news.

Way to go CygnusEd. Can't wait to get hold of my own AOS4 machine.

I will be able to use it for serious web development AND use the latest version of svn.

Thumbs up.


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@CygnusEd

Thanks a lot for your work. All you made are marvelous for the amiga.


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Thumbs up indeed!!


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