Joerg Bullmann <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi Karl and all,
> >Just a brief update on where we are and where we will (hopefully) be
> Great stuff.
> I've been lurking and I itch to try to compile the current
> client stuff on the Mac (classic Mac = pre MacOS X). The
> first hurdle I see here is the "configure" engine
> and strategy. I haven't looked into the svn sources
> very much (have checked them out and updated them
> every few days, though). I also can't commit to too
> much time. I'm just asking whether people on this list
> can point me somewhere wrt. the configuration of the
> client side sources of svn by hand.
The whole job of the configure script is:
- to produce config.h from config.h.in
- to edit the makefiles appropriately
So, if you can produce a hand-written config.h file that contains the
right definitions, and hand-written Makefiles (or the equivalent for
your development system) that do the right thing, then you're done.
At the moment, our configure script generates config.h, but none of
our source files have needed it yet. That will probably change.
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:09 2006