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Re: OS X

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-09-14 19:58:38 CEST

bbum@mac.com writes:

> I would like to ensure that subversion is represented in Fink
> (fink.sourceforge.net) in as first class of a manner as is possible.

I don't know what this means, but cool.

> Does this overlap with anyone else's efforts? Should the packaging be
> based on the M3 release, or should I target something more recent (or
> simply wait until M4)?

Please do NOT use the M3 release. The M3-r88 tarball in the Downloads
section on subversion.tigris.org is a much better option.

> Fink: combines the debian package manager with a set of scripts that
> download-and-build various bits of standard Unix source from around the
> net. I.e. I can say 'fink install gimp' on a cleanly built OSX machine
> and it will download, build, debianize, and install everything needed to
> run gimp-- including a rootless XFree86 environment. Subsequently, I can
> issue 'fink update-all' to update all packages under Fink's control. I
> now use Fink to control everything in /usr/local/ and it has been very
> successful (and has reduced my administrative load).

Oh. So now I *do* know what it means. Still cool. :-)

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