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What files/dirs are installed by "make install"?

From: Matthew England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2005-04-11 17:37:08 CEST

What files/dirs are installed by "make install"?

I'm asking this so that I can go delete all of them and then remake a
binary rpm package using 'checkinstall' (referenced below--and thanks for
this reference, Ronny!). Further, I'd like to know this in general so I
can make sure the designed intent actually matches what gets installed.

Per my previous 1.1.1 install, I got the impression that the only (default
directory) files installed where:


Did I have a correct understanding? Does this still hold true for 1.2-rc1?
If not, what are all the files?

For what it's worth, I built my Subversion module without BerkleyDB nor
Apache (http://) support. I plan on exclusive svnserve (svn+ssh:// mostly)
for now.


ps: Nice job on the FSFS system. I've been wanting it for a while, and my
BerkleyDB integration problems on Redhat9 supported this position. If FSFS
works, it will make my life much easier!

At 4/11/2005 10:22 AM, Ronny T. Lampert wrote:
> > How do I build my own binary rpm so I can (among other things) easily
> > recreate my SVN environment on another Redhat9 system?
>Use checkinstall
>http://freshmeat.net/projects/checkinstall [ http://checkinstall.izto.org ]
>Usage is straight forward:
>1) (Compile package as usual)
>2) checkinstall <install command>, mostly:
>#> checkinstall make install
>It intercepts systems calls that create files. Maybe manual tuning is
>required via the "--ignore" keyword.

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