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Re: client side install

From: Dirk Hoffmann <dh.discuss_at_web.de>
Date: 2004-11-19 10:05:20 CET

Bryan Donlan wrote:

>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.


that brings me to a question: Is it possible to compile subversion on a
linux box to get client binaries for windows?

What I really need is the platform specific part of the javahl library,
i.e. those native stuff that will be loaded by the jvm when using the
java bindings for subversion. I need to compile myself as I modified the
svn sources.


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Received on Fri Nov 19 10:06:13 2004

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