I have updated my static builds of Subversion for Mac, Linux x86 and
Solaris Sparc to the new version. These static builds are intended
(mostly) as client installations for workstations -- typically targeted
for install under /usr/local, but since they are statically linked may
also be run from a home directory or other location. They also include a
simple svnserve configuration that should work well for multi-user access
via svn+ssh://. As a client install, the svn binaries all support file,
http, https, svn, and svn+ssh access methods.
Available for download, along with the scripts used to build them, at:
Again, these have had minimal testing due to the quick turnaround, but are
based on prior build scripts that have proven to be pretty solid.
The 00README.txt file in each client directory contains info about how the
included svnserve wrapper works w/this installation. You may need to
tweak group IDs or permissions on the svnserve* files to suit your
Linux version built on Red Hat 7.1, tested on RedHat Enterprise 3 and
RedHat 9, all for x86. By building on 7.1, it should have maximum forward
Mac version built on Panther 10.3.4. Peter Centgraf from CMU has
contributed a build of Subversion 1.0.6 for Jaguar in this same directory:
(MD5: c0ea53ce7758e11369dc8a37c384c05c subversion-1.0.6-jaguar.dmg)
Solaris version built on Solaris 9 Sparc, lightly tested for compat. on
All versions linked dynamically against the system zlib and statically
- Berkely DB 4.2.52
- Expat 1.95.7
- OpenSSL 0.9.7d
- Neon, APR, and APRUtil as shipped in the Subversion 1.0.7 tarball
Hope this helps other groups that have similar cross-platform needs for a
simple kit they can give to their developers...
-=- D. J.
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