Yes, I gave up on fink after Panther. I find building from the
distributions very easy. Here are the notes I wrote from the last time
I installed it. You just need to get the latest BerkeleyDB package
from www.sleepcat.com and then the subversion package. The APR and
NEON versions in the Subversion distribution work fine so you don't
need to get those packages separately.
• Installed Berkeley db with:
sudo make install
• Installed subversion:
sudo make install
There are a few other things you will need if you want the Apache 2.0
WebDav stuff, but I used it find for months using ssl+svn.
Let me know if I can help more. Did you want the Apache 2.0
installation info too? I'll be away from email from the 30th for 3
On 28-Dec-2003, at 3:25 PM, David Summers wrote:
> On Wed, 5 Nov 2003, Christian Schaffner wrote:
>> % fink install svn-client-ssl
>> if you want a stand-alone server, do:
> Are there any binary installs of Subversion for MAC OS X? I've tried
> above about 1 time per month for the last 10 months and have *never*
> successful. I *always* run into some source package that won't build.
> Last time it got about 8 hours in to the build process and finally
> came up with errors trying to compile some programs that depended on X
> windows. This time, it got about 15 minutes into the process and
> find some package called "gnu".
> Does anyone just have binaries for MAC OS X (10.2 or 10.3 (Panther))
> can be installed (preferrably as a package but I'll take anything that
> I'm getting ready to start a new web project and could *really* use
> Subversion on some of my user's machines.
> Any help, suggestions, binaries, etc., appreciated.
> David "Frustrated with and not impressed with Fink" Summers
> David Wayne Summers "Linux: Because reboots are for hardware
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