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Re: AIX Client Binaries Needed (libsvnjavahl.so)

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2004-11-10 16:42:41 CET

On Wed, 2004-11-10 at 10:19, Rob Dijkshoorn wrote:
> > > I cannot compile them myself because I can't access a compiler on our
> > > AIX machines. I'm a lowly user, and the admins hold all the keys.
> > > :-)
> >
> > Even lowly users can compile their own programs (if you have enough
> > quota disk space). Just create your own ~/bin and ~/lib and then
> > compile svn with your home dir as the prefix.
> > A little more work but it should be possible.
>
> I assume John meant he has no rights to execute the compilers on the
> system... if that is the case, creating those directories in one's
> home directory won't help much.

You're right, I jumped the gun on this one. I need to read slower.
Sorry.

> Besides that, the subversion compilation and installation process is
> SFU on any UNIX or UNIX-like platform besides Linux.

Really, that's good to know. Why is that?
Is it the shared objects that you mentioned or something else?

The only other machines I have access to are Sun's running Solaris.

Thanks for the comments.
Chris

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