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Re: Accessing SVN through Ruby

From: Bob Aman <vacindak_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-13 06:07:28 CEST

> You need to run SWIG on the .i files inside subversion/bindings/swig.
> Thus, you need to run SWIG on core.i, svn_client.i, svn_delta.i, svn_fs.i,
> svn_ra.i, svn_repos.i, and svn_wc.i. If you look, you can see that core.i
> includes apr.i, which includes apr.h. Incidentally, core.i also includes
> the %module, which is what SWIG is looking for.

I replied to my own post on that, I did figure out that I wasn't
supposed to do swig -ruby apr.i, only just swigging the .i files you
mentioned.

Garrett Rooney said that I should've used apr.hw to build for Windows,
and I'm going to try that next. But I guess I'm not sure what exactly
I should do with the *_wrap.c files I've got as the result.
Obviously, compile them, but is there anything special I need to do
with Visual Studio here? There's of course, no project file for these
things, so it's not quite as obvious what to do as if I were compiling
with gcc.

-- 
Bob Aman
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