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Re: FW: Subversion 1.0.1 Win32 version

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2004-03-25 22:35:54 CET

At 25-03-2004 15:57, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>Martin Tomes wrote:
>
>>I am willing to do a weekly build of subversion for Win32, I have built
>>1.0.1. I would need some help getting started, my build passes the
>>client tests but I am not sure how to test the Apache modules. There
>>would also need to be a definition of how the binaries should be
>>packaged. In fact, if I knew how I would make the installer package as well!
>
>Well, there have been 3 other significant efforts to get win32 1.0.1
>binaries built in the last 24 hours, and we're very close:
>
> * cmpilato and I spent an hour trying at work yesterday, but ran into
> all sorts of random linking problems.
>
> * I spent 3 hours last night trying to get apache building, and 2 hours
> this morning with Sander Striker doing the same. We both ended up
> walking each other through the svn INSTALL instructions, he using VC7 and
> I using VC6. We eventually got apache, zlib, and openssl built, and
> grabbed branko's prebuilt db42 libs, then got gen-make.py working.
> Neither one of us could get the svn build to find the apr headers, so we
> both resorted to copying apr* directories from the httpd dir to the svn
> dir (cheating, probably). We both managed to get the svn apache modules
> to build, too. I got stuck on these following errors building libsvn_subr:

The instructions in INSTALL are not complete. Biggest problem being the
oversight
of no openssl. I gave up asking for corrections after a while. If you want
I can
provide a set of CMD scripts that will get you closer then INSTALL if it will
help you. Oh and you cannot use VC7 as its not compatible with Python.

Barry

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