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question building client vs. server

From: Hamilton Link <helink_at_sandia.gov>
Date: 2002-07-30 17:25:45 CEST

OK, I've got neon built, which was the second-to-last nail in svn's
coffin. A couple of final questions for the list watchers to clarify
something from the docs...

In the svn/INSTALL instructions, section II.B "Building the Latest
Source under Unix", it says to do the following:

       Start the process by running "autogen.sh":
           $ sh ./autogen.sh
       After all components are in place, follow the usual procedure:
           $ ./configure --enable-maintainer-mode --disable-shared
           $ make
           $ make check (optional)
           # make install

Then in section III.B "Making and Installing the Subversion Server" it

           $ ./configure
       Note: do *not* configure subversion with "--disable-shared"!

So, here are my questions.

a) does building the system when apache2 is available build both the
client and the server, or what?
b) ./configure is an oversimplification, right, I have to pull in a big
list of args to tell it where everything is, plus maintainer mode if
that's what I built apache as, etc.?


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