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Re: Client Only Build

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-02-02 19:11:24 CET

Steve Greenland wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 02:55:18AM -0000, Max Bowsher wrote:
>> Adam Stroud wrote:
>>> Hi All:
>>> Does any know how to build just the client for subversion 1.1.3? Any
>>> directions/pointers to info would be greatly appreciated.
>> There is no such thing, just do a normal build.
>> It doesn't take significantly longer, or require any extra dependencies.
> That's not true.

Yes it is.

> One can pickup dependencies on shared libraries that
> may not be on the machine that the binaries will be deployed on, e.g.
> particular version of BDB.

Which has nothing to do with server-ness, since a local client could use BDB

> Or, if you might happen to have a version of
> the Apache stuff on the machine that you don't want to detect because it
> causes problems with the subversion build.

Which is only one particular kind of subversion server. There's svnserve

> Anyway, the (well, an) answer is:
> ../configure --without-berkeley-db --without-apache --without-apxs
> --without-swig
> This question seems to pop-up on a fairly regular basis. A
> configure option like '--client-only' would be both convenient and
> self-documenting.

And also entirely incorrect - since the svnserve server will still be built.


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