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Re: configure options?

From: Kyle W. Cartmell <kyle_at_blindgoblingames.com>
Date: 2004-08-02 22:37:57 CEST

Branko Čibej wrote:

> Kyle W. Cartmell wrote:
>> Pardon my ignorance, I'm a Win32 native and I'm struggling with a
>> most basic issue. I need a list of options I can specify when I run
>> the configure script
> You don't use the configure script on Windows (except if you're using
> cygwin, which you don't say).

*groan* Okay, I was not clear in writing this. Sorry, it was late. :)
I'm a Windows native, but this install is being performed on FreeBSD 5.

>> during installation of Subversion. I want to disable Neon, and I'd
>> like to have a list I can refer to in the event that I discover some
>> other bloody thing that needs disabling. Would someone please be so
>> kind as to refer me to a resource for this, or in the event that this
>> is really not available, possibly toss me an option that will inform
>> Subversion that I have elected to forge ahead without Neon?
> Why do you want to not use Neon?

I'm not going to be using WebDAV, I'm just looking to run svnserve as a

>> Secondly, assuming that I'm not just an insane ranting newbie, it
>> seems to me this sort of information would fit in quite well either
>> in the INSTALL file in the source distribution, or perhaps the
>> subversion book or FAQ on the website.
> The INSTALL file (http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/INSTALL, also
> in the source distribution) contains detailed instructions for
> building Subversion on Windows. I can only assume you didn't read it.
The only related topic I have been able to find is the existance of the
"--with-neon" option. I'm going to spend some time reading through the
configure script and see if I can spot --without-neon or some such, but
that's pretty much all I've got at this point unless anyone has an idea. :)


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