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Re: Creating a Debian Package for libsvn-javahl.

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-07-06 23:00:21 CEST

"Redefined Horizons" <redefined.horizons@gmail.com> wrote on 07/06/2006
04:53:22 PM:

> I've been trying to get Subclipse, the Subversion plug-in for Eclipse,
> workin on my Debian Linux box for a couple of weeks. It looks like I'm
> running out of things to try. I would like to build a Debian package
> for the libsvn-javahl portion of Subversion. I've got some programming
> experience, but I haven't tried rolling my own Debian Package yet.
> Can I access just the source code for the javahl library, or do I need
> to isolate it from the other portions of the Subversion source code
> myself? I know this may sound like silly question, but I'm not sure
> how else to put it. I don't want to make packages for all of
> Subversion, just the Javahl library.
> If someone else is working on this I'd be glad to help. If not, I'll
> try to fight my way through it and will make my package available
> online so others can benefit.

Can't you just get it via apt? How did you get Subversion?


Ubuntu also has packages (do not know if they would work on Debian).

JavaHL is part of Subversion and you would normally build Subversion to
get it if you were going to build from source. There is some info here:



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