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Re: Experimental Win32 package from trunk/r13021

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2005-02-15 23:56:31 CET

Juanma Barranquero wrote:

Yes, that's what I'm proposing.

>But I still would put the SWIG .DLLs just at
>svn-win32-1.2.0/bin (nicer if you're not going to mess with the
>ActivePerl installation, which I don't like doing w/o a .PPD to make
>PPM "understand" what's happening).
I think they should go in svn-win32-1.2.0/perl/bin for the simple fact
that they're perl binaries, not general Subversion binaries. Everything
that the perl bindings need to work should be in one place, not
scattered throughout the package. End users could move them wherever
they want.

Also, is it possible to install from a .PPD without first placing it in
a repository? (PPM repository, that is). Alternatively, are there any
"third-party" PPM repositories that might accept a complete SVN package?
(Or... does ActiveState accept contributions from third parties?) If
unknown, I could look into this a bit further.

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