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Re: Subversion for RHEL 3

From: John Pybus <john.pybus_at_zoology.oxford.ac.uk>
Date: 2004-02-03 22:32:16 CET

David Summers wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Feb 2004, Leif Jessen wrote:
>>The reason I ask is that I find the current install documentation
>>lacking. You've got the best there is for Linux, but essentially all
>>you have is "download these RPMs". I think SVN could be big, but
>>adoption will also depend on it's barrier to entry. <SNIP>

There's quite a lot of momentum behind subversion, and it's very likely
that after it turns 1.0 supported packages will turn up in the linux
distros (there already are packages in RedHat/Fedora Core - just out of
date versions).

> I've not even done the JAVA bindings yet.... :-)
> Hope this helps give an idea on why some or a lot of support packages are
> needed to have a "full" install.
> Given all of that, I'd still like to do one for RHEL3 but at this point I
> don't think I'll be buying it. However, if someone can give me an account
> on a RHEL3 machine I wouldn't mind working on building the RPMs for it....
> but it is being done in my (copious) spare time (ha ha).

You could try WBEL (http://www.whiteboxlinux.org/). It's a RHEL3
compatible system rebuilt from RH rpms with the trademarks removed.
It's binary compatible with RHEL and has isos freely available; packages
built on WBEL should be fine for RHEL.


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