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Re: Mac OS X Package - 0.35.1

From: Justin Mecham <justin_at_aspect.net>
Date: 2004-01-12 07:17:46 CET

> Thanks for the effort I will definitely give it a try. For curiosity
> sake, I tried to build a client from the latest tar file. I was able
> to generate the svn binary but from the directory:
> subversion-0.35.1/subversion/clients/cmdline
> when I try to run svn <anything> I just get "svn command not found".
> I'm totally new to compiling programs I'm probably just missing the
> last step. What did you do after the make command? (I'm running
> Panther.)

Hi Sean,

Sounds like an issue with your search path. If you are in the same
directory as the Subversion binary, you would need to say "./svn
<anything>" instead of just "svn <anything>" or add the directory that
"svn" is in to your path (e.g. in bash: "export
PATH=/path/to/svn:$PATH"). If you use my package, you'll want to make
sure that /usr/local/bin is in your path by putting
"PATH=/usr/local/bin:${PATH}" in the ".profile" file in your home

Also, after you run make you typically want to run make install for it
to place the compiled product into the filesystem. However, you may
want to tell the configure script where to put it, like in /usr/local
for example (e.g. ./configure --prefix=/usr/local).

Let me know if you have any issues!


-- Justin

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