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Re: RedHat RPMS for 7.3, 8.0, 9.0

From: Steve Williams <sly_at_internode.on.net>
Date: 2003-07-16 00:13:30 CEST

> > Are you familiar with the CPAN shell? Invoke with "perl -MCPAN -e
> > Once set up (it asks you some questions), you can do such things as "i
> > CGI::Carp" and get info, which will tell you that CGI::Carp is included
> > the same tarball as CGI.
> >
> > grepping for "use CGI" in the subversion source shows that those modules
> are
> > only used by a couple of supplementary scripts. Either --nodeps, or try
> and
> > "apt-get install perl-CGI", or build a package with cpanflute2.
> I had no idea there was such a thing as a CPAN shell. I'll give that a go
> tonight.

Ok, decided to give it a quick go before running off to work.

# apt-get install perl-CGI

worked fine and got the latest version, fixing the dependency errors.
apt-get is such a little gem. Red Hat should make it the default package
tool. So now

# rpm -Uvh *.rpm

on the Subversion RPMs works fine. All installed. Woohoo! Not really that
many hoops to jump through to get Subversion installed. The trick is
knowing _which_ hoops to jump through.

Now to get a repository going, but I have the Subversion Book for that.
Thanks for your help.


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