At 01:17 PM 2/14/2002 -0800, Blair Zajac wrote:
>Do you need to add --with-zlib? I think it picks up zlib support by
>default, however it needs to be told about OpenSSL support.
You are absolutely right, I should have checked into that more. The
>> + http://www.gzip.org/zlib/contrib/zlib113-Win32.zip
>This URL gets a 404.
Ain't that always the way. You correct one error (the URL now
requires a version number) but miss another (capitalization).
And as we all know, testing fixes is for wimps.
Thanks for catching it. I see a fix for this has already been applied.
Correct an error that claimed Neon requires a parameter to support
compression. In fact, it is enabled by default.
+++ ./.svn/tmp/INSTALL.63320.00001.tmp Thu Feb 14 15:27:49 2002
@@ -255,15 +255,18 @@
using the zlib library which a Subversion client can take
- With Unix-based systems, you can enable this support from the
+ With Unix-based systems, you can enable support for SSL from the
Subversion build provided that you are building Neon in the
"./neon/" directory as described above in section I.5. You also
- need the OpenSSL and/or zlib library installed on your system,
- depending on which features you want. Just add "--with-ssl" or
- "--with-zlib" as parameters when you run Subversion's
- "./configure", and they will be passed on to the Neon build
- system. Consult the Neon documentation for more information on
- how to use these parameters and versions of libraries you need.
+ need OpenSSL installed on your system. Just add "--with-ssl" as
+ a parameter when you run Subversion's "./configure", and it will
+ be passed on to the Neon build system. If your OpenSSL
+ installation is hard for Neon to find, you may need to use
+ "--with-ssl=/path/to/lib" instead. The zlib library is included
+ in Neon by default, but you can also specify a path to the
+ library using "--with-zlib". Consult the Neon documentation for
+ more information on how to use these parameters and versions of
+ libraries you need.
Under Windows, you have to edit a batch file available in your
Subversion source tree (the root of which is labelled <SVN>
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