"Re: [patch] add copying of bdb and sqlite dlls to win-tests.py" on Mon, 2 Apr 2007 11:42:55 -0700,
"Joe Swatosh" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > I tried out the zip this morning. I was able to run all the tests
> > > except the client tests with nothing but the windows directories and
> > > ruby on my path after I copied
> > >
> > > sqlite3.dll
> > > intl3_svn.dll
> > > libdb44.dll
> > >
> > > into the ext directory. After I put my current subversion on the
> > > path, I was able to run the client tests too. I'm not completely sure
> > > how the bindings are supposed to opperate. Should they be completely
> > > stand-alone, or should we assume a installation of SVN on the path? I
> > > think the only reason I needed to add SVN to the path to get the
> > > client tests working was for the tests (needs a svnserve).
> > I want the zip to work stand-alone. But users that uses the
> > zip don't run tests. So, I think that we don't need to put
> > the DLLs into the zip.
> I just ran the tests against the zip stuff to see how it would work.
> I agree that users won't need to run the tests, however if the zip is
> to be stand alone I think it will need those files.
I changed my thought. We should include all DLLs. What about
--- build/win32/make_dist.py (revision 24376)
+++ build/win32/make_dist.py (working copy)
@@ -273,7 +273,13 @@
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Received on Tue Apr 3 13:35:28 2007