On 14.09.2017 15:05, Branko Čibej wrote:
> On 14.09.2017 13:36, Paul Hammant wrote:
>> The tests made for https://github.com/apache/subversion/pull/5 didn't
>> even require me to have Svn on my system. That's because I'm asserting
>> against a series of expected shell operations, because that's how the
>> author implemented svn-viewspec
>> Has anyone built Subversion on a Mac?
> All the time.
>> If yes, do you have the homebrew installables you needed handy?
> "brew install subversion"?
For building from source you'll need apr, apr-util, and serf; serf is
not a standalone package in homebrew, but it is part of its subversion
install. So when I build from source I install homebrew's subversion and
use serf from there. My generic configure script is attached. For
building from trunk, for example, I just create a symlink to the script
called config.trunk. Oh, and I use a ramdisk for build artefacts and for
running tests; speeds things up quite a bit.
I also test with BDB and (used to) with Neon, those are standalone
Received on 2017-09-14 15:17:53 CEST