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Re: HEAD problems with Apache, and a request for changing the build instructions

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-04-13 22:57:46 CEST

Nathan Fiedler <nfiedler@bluemarsh.com> writes:
> I think it is important to point out that getting Subversion configured,
> compiled, and installed, is quite challenging. Especially if you're like
> me and you haven't done C programming in a few years.

Yes, completely true, for the server anyway. This is something we're
going to have address before 1.0. Hopefully, the packagizing work
people have been doing will make it easier for users on some free
Unixes (FreeBSD, RedHat, Debian).

The client is just a simple

   make install

(The INSTALL file recommends some other flags, but that's only for
during development. For real release, plain ./configure will be
fine.) So if you're referring to the client, we'll need more
details. It shouldn't be hard.

> I have one request to make that may make my config-compile-install
> challenge a little easier: 'make uninstall'. After numerous failed
> attempts at compiling, installing and trying again, I'm afraid there is
> some cruft lying about the system. It would be handy to be able to
> quickly and accurately remove this. Some GNU packages come with such a
> make target and it can be quite useful at times.

It would be great! Feel like giving that patch a try? :-)


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