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Re: Problems building Subversion binaries on Windows.

From: Martin Tomes <martin_at_tomes.org.uk>
Date: 2004-03-17 17:55:41 CET

Martin Tomes wrote:
> Kevin Williams wrote:
>> The "--with-httpd=<path>" argument to gen-make.py works for me. It
>> uses the apr* libraries which were compiled when I built Apache.
> It definitely doesn't for me. I did try copying those libraries in and
> it helped, but the instructions suggest (as you say) that I shouldn't
> need to.

I got the Windows build to work by copying the apr* modules from my
built apache into the subversion tree. My understanding was that the
--with-httpd argument to gen-make.py should have pointed the build to
the apache tree.

I did find the following:

   - The __ALL_TESTS__ rule in Visual Studio doesn't build test_ra_local
or test_utf
   - I had to manually copy the client tests into the
Release/subversion/... directory tree.

I cannot fathom how to fix the python which generates the dsw/dsp files,

Anyway, I have built the 1.0.1 binaries and they pass 'python
win-tests.py -r', there is a comment about using the --url flag to run
the DAV tests. Does this mean I have to set up apache to run the built
code on the windows box? If so, does some kind soul out there have some
simple instructions on how to do this?

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