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Compile client-only version

From: Joakim Hove <hove_at_ift.uib.no>
Date: 2005-02-16 10:08:33 CET


I want to start using subversion, which looks like a very nice program
to me. I have installed a full install from source on a linux box, and
that works fine. This box will contain the repository, and run a
svn_server instance.

However I need to access the repository from several other
computers. I have tried installing subversion here as well, but that
fails do lacking gdbm. However, that *should* (in my opinion) not be a
problem since I will only use the client to access a remote
repository, i.e. no direct interaction with the db.

I have tried compiling with

bash% ./configure --without-berkely-db

but the build/install failed in the final steps.

Is it possible (simple?) to build a client which does not need the db?

Best Regards

Joakim Hove

Joakim Hove
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