Re: Building Subversion with Visual Studio.Net
On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 10:33:35AM -0000, Tim Kemp wrote:
Just a quickie with my experience of building Subversion with VS.Net.
All in all it builds fine with a few issues!
* Neon has to be build manually from the command prompt (as it says in
the build instructions anyway).
* mod_dav_svn doesn't have the include paths set so it fails to build,
fails to find apr.
* Running the debug version requires that you have installed MSVCRTD.dll
from Visual Studio 6 (Service Pack 5) as Libdb40d.dll requires it. This
needs to be added to the build/running instructions as it took a while
to track down.
No it doesn't. You need to rebuild berkeleydb with vs.net, since there is a
different runtime between the two versions. See the recent thread about
Crash in import
Kevin Pilch-Bisson http://www.pilch-bisson.net
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