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DAV-only client cosmetic buglet (was: Re: upgrading SVN ...)

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2002-12-07 21:11:42 CET

Alexis wrote:

> > and history, and I want to upgrade, but I'm a bit behind:
> >
> > leda$ svn --version
> > Subversion Client, version 0.14.0 (dev build)
> > compiled Aug 4 2002, 19:11:33
> >

cmpilato wrote:

> You may be in luck. I don't think that the repository dump format has
> changed since revision 2634, and 0.14.0 is 2667! The filesystem
> schema itself changed in 0.14.2, so the dump/load is required. But

I upgraded a machine with client+server, it went almost without a hitch;
I had to do a 'svnadmin recover' after I had reloaded the dump,
but after that it was fine.

I also upgraded another machine where I only need a client using
DAV access. Previously on this machine I had attempted to build db4;
not realising for my requirements it was superfluous. So apart from
the tests, last time everything had been fine.

However, this time I read the manual a bit better and built *without*
db4, and while the client builds fine and works, 'svn --version'
does output a rather ugly error message:

        te35$ svn --version
        /usr/lib/dld.sl: Can't open shared library: libsvn_ra_local-1.so
        /usr/lib/dld.sl: No such file or directory
        svn, version 0.16.0 (dev build)
            compiled Dec 7 2002, 20:31:02

        Copyright (C) 2000-2002 CollabNet.

I know it's only cosmetic in the circumstances, but I figured you
guys would want to know about it. Here's 'uname -a':

        te35$ uname -a
        HP-UX te35 B.11.00 U 9000/785 2008900992 unlimited-user license

Actually, between one compile and the other, the revision count had
gone from 4042 to 4046 :-) so I will take this opportunity to say
that Subversion is (a) superb and (b) very very useful to me and (c)
all your efforts are very much appreciated!


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