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RE: How do you compile subversion in windows ?

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2004-04-01 09:48:26 CEST

> From: Daniel F Garcia [mailto:dgarcia@kobold.com.au]
> Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 9:24 AM

> Environment
> Windows XP
> Visual Studio .Net 2003

What about the Platform SDK?

> Problem description
> I have been trying for week now and am running out of ideas.

Have you followed the instructions in INSTALL?

> During my last attempt I did the following....
> Downloaded and unzipped the 1.0.1 tarball into subversion 1.0.1 (new folder for this project)
> Downloaded (using cvs) latest version of apr-util into into subversion 1.0.1/apr-util
> Downloaded (using cvs) latest version of apr-iconv into into subversion 1.0.1/apr-iconv

Should fetch APU_0_9_BRANCH and API_0_9_BRANCH respectfully.

> Downloaded Berkley DB 4.2.52 from subversion site into subversion 1.0.1/db4-win32
> Did nothing with apr and neon as the folders were already in the tarball

You mean apr-util wasn't in the tarball, but apr was? (sounds like an error on our
part if that is true).

> got into a command prompt, change into my subversion folder and executed the following command
> c:\python23\python gen-make.py -t vcproj (Command ran successfully)
> Open subversion_vcnet.sln in VS .net 2003
> Build solution.


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