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Re: Client only package

From: David Ripton <dripton_at_ripton.net>
Date: 2004-08-25 04:23:14 CEST

On 2004.08.24 11:30:15 +0000, Jan.Albrecht@bertelsmann.de wrote:
> is it possible to create a client only package from the tar file?
> I need to build the client for HP-UX and AIX, but they don't need support
> f?r the server version, as they should only connect to the respository on a
> linux machine.

I don't know of a distinct client-only option. But you can disable
features that are only needed on the server side.

With 1.0.x, ./configure --without-berkeley-db will give you
a svn binary that's useful as a client and useless as a server, and
save you the bother of installing Berkeley db. This will happen
automatically if the build scripts can't find the right version
of the Berkeley db libraries.

(With 1.1+, I guess you technically would also have to disable fsfs
support to generate a strictly client-only svn binary, but I can't
think of a reason to do this since fsfs does not add external

David Ripton    dripton@ripton.net
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