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Re: client side install

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-11-18 16:57:28 CET

Bryan Donlan wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 10:05:05 -0500, John Kenney <jbk@e-scape.com>
> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> Many thanks to this list for allowing me to lurk for the past few
>> months and gain tons of knowledge in setting up a subversio server.
>> I recently finished an install (subversion server) on SuSe 9.2 with
>> all the bells and whistles. This was a pretty painless process;
>> again, thanks in part to this list. I have installed the bleeding
>> edge subversion1.1.1 w/ BerkeleyDb4.2.52, Apache2(httpd2.0.52) All
>> testing has been complete and we now have a functioning subversion
>> respository. I hope to share (post) the process and configuration
>> to this list when/if requested/needed.
>> Here comes the foolish question.
>> I have several development machines: solaris and microsoft, that
>> need to access the repository and create sandboxes (working copies.)
>> Do I need to repeat the entire process on each machine to get an
>> installed "client"? I think yes and no. Yes - less the apache
>> install. Any confirmation of this would be appreciated.
>> Thanking you in advance for your time and consideration.
> You shouldn't need BerkeleyDb or Apache2 for clients. You will need
> neon, if you're using http:// or https:// access. Additionally, you
> can configure and compile subversion on one computer of each type and
> just copy it to all others of that type.

Or in many cases you can just use the pre-compiled binaries from the
download page - there are quite a few OS flavours available.

You might also want to look at using a GUI client. TortoiseSVN is one
such for Windows (tortoisesvn.tigris.org) but there are others too. TSVN
installation is very easy - one install file does it, then you just
point it at your repository. The only complications are if you have
trouble getting through a company firewall or proxy.


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