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RE: compiling on win

From: Peter Johnson <peterj_at_nec.com.au>
Date: 2002-07-26 04:37:11 CEST

Hi Stefan


I've uploaded my entire Subversion directory to this place

It's a 60Mb RAR archive!

But it includes Apache2, OpenSSL, Berkley DB binaries, neon and
Subversion 0.41 and various Unix exe's such as awk.exe that you'll need
to build Apache.

It's all compiled for Win32 Debug.

In theory, you only need to install the Core SDK from the Platform SDK,
the rest should work. Though without any guarantee.

However, I have successfully moved a previous build of Subversion
between a desktop PC and laptop PC using a large RAR file.

I hope that helps.






-----Original Message-----
From: Ich selbst [mailto:ichselbst@gmx.ch]
Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 4:17 AM
To: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: compiling on win




for two days now I'm trying to compile the sources. But I only got
errors - linking and compiling, wrong makefiles etc...

As soon as I fixed one error by correcting paths, getting additional
libraries then the next error is there.


Is anyone out there with a complete sourcetree, including all libraries,
correct paths who could provide all that

in one packed file on the subversion website? I know it will be a really
big file, but even with a 56k modem it will

take much less time to get started than fixing errors and getting




Received on Fri Jul 26 03:39:07 2002

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