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ANN: Fink Packages for Subversion 0.37.0 Released

From: Christian Schaffner <chris01_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2004-02-09 18:33:22 CET

The fink (<http://fink.sf.net>) packages are now available for the
latest version of svn:


To get the latest package descriptions type 'fink selfupdate'.

To use the client: 'fink install svn-client-ssl'
To use the stand-alone server: 'fink install svn-ssl'
To use the apache server: 'fink install libapache2-ssl-mod-svn'
To use the cvs2svn conversion tool: 'fink install cvs2svn-ssl'

The swig perl and python bindings are now also available. See 'fink
list svn' for all packages.

For general questions about fink (e.g. regarding getting the latest
package) please write to

Note that the svn Fink package is still in the unstable tree. To
enable it, please read the Fink FAQ:

PS: Some info about unstable/stable fink packages and subversion in

One of Finks goals is to provide binary packages. But the policy is to
only provide binaries of packages in the stable tree. Subversion is not
yet in the stable tree of Fink, since it didn't hit 1.0 yet. So, what
you are doing right now is beta testing a beta package for a beta
software. To get to the point: We need _you_ to provide us with
feedback on building the package so that we can move it to the stable
tree soon after svn hits 1.0.

After the svn package will be moved to the stable tree in Fink you
won't need to install e.g. apache2 just to get a client. All you will
need to do will be 'apt-get intall svn-client-ssl' and in a matter of
seconds you will have a working svn client installed. But as it is
right now, you still need to compile apache2 just to get the client.

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