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From Stefan Vogel <ste...@vogel-nest.de>
Subject Re: Windows 0.9 binary .zip file available.
Date Sun, 05 Apr 2009 08:55:49 GMT
Hello Mark,

whheeee, that's really cool. It worked right out of the box (on Vista).
That's really great.
Just unzip start and off you go with CouchDB.

Thanks a lot
  Stefan

2009/4/5 Mark Hammond <skippy.hammond@gmail.com>

> Hi all,
>  For convenience, I've put together a .zip file containing couchdb 0.9
> binaries for Windows.
>
> Please note that this is *not* an official build and has been put together
> by hand by me.  A proposal has been submitted to the Summer of Code project
> to create an 'official' build process for Windows and it is hoped that
> project will enable official builds in the future - but until then I hope
> this build is useful.
>
> No installation is needed - you can uninstall 0.8 if you have it.  Just
> unzip the directory anywhere - it will create a single 'erl5.6.5' directory
> which contains all you need.  There is a README.txt in erl5.6.5 - I've
> included it below for reference.
>
> Krazylegz on IRC has kindly arranged for Swift Signal, Inc. to host the
> 56MB package - you can grab it from:
>
> http://shockdragon.com/couchdb/couchdb-0.9-windows.zip
>
> Cheers,
>
> Mark
>
> README.txt:
>
> This is a binary release of couchdb 0.9 for Windows put together by
> Mark Hammond.  It was built from the following SVN location:
>
> | URL: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/couchdb/branches/0.9.x
> | Revision: 761839
>
> It is *NOT* an official release; it was cobbled together by starting with
> the 0.8 binary release, then hacking things so the updated couch code works.
>
> The build it not supported - it is provided purely as a convenience.  It
> works fine for me, but your mileage may vary.
>
> Instructions
> -----------
>
> * Unpack the zip file anywhere you like.
> * From a command-prompt, change to the 'bin' directory and execute
>  'couch_start.bat'
> * An erlang window should be created and you should will be informed
>  it's time to relax.
> * Relax.
> * Futon will be available at http://127.0.0.1:5984/_utils
> * Look at default.ini in the 'bin' directory for options
>  such as the log level, database directories, etc.
>

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