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Installing Subversion as a Windows NT Service

Posted in General | Test-Driven Dev at Wednesday, October 3, 2007 12:39 AM Pacific Daylight Time

Each time I set this up I always have to google to remember how to do it. The last time I set it up I came across James Kovacs' post on the subject which works great. The only thing I usually end up adding is the --listen-port=x since many clients do not allow me to open up a new hole in the firewall so we end up using port 443 which works great.

I actually couldn't find James's post (I think I was googling subversion windows service instead of svn windows service) and found it through Corey Ippolito who references James in his post.

So hopefully I never have to look hard for this again. :)