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Re: SVN Uninstall OS X?

From: Ben Jackson <ben_at_incomumdesign.com>
Date: 2005-05-02 21:03:03 CEST

This is what I figured. However I'm not sure this will resolve the
issues I'm having with my repository. Running svnadmin dump gives an
error "Unrecognized fs 'bdb'", and creating a new FSFS repository goes
through fine but accessing the repository in the browser gives a "Could
not read requested SVN filesystem" error. This makes me suspicious that
there's something else at work that I'll need to uninstall. Are you sure
that deleting /opt/subversion and the binaries in /usr/local/bin (from
my 1.1 install) will resolve the issue?

David Waite wrote:

>OS X has no package uninstall functionality. Just delete the directory.
>-David Waite
>On 5/2/05, Ben Jackson <ben@incomumdesign.com> wrote:
>>I followed Adam Swift's tutorial at
>>http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/2004/08/10/subversion.html, which
>>worked great until I ran into an obscure OSX-specific bug and had to
>>upgrade to 1.1. I installed the svn binary in /usr/local/bin, leaving
>>1.0 in /opt/subversion/bin, and now am having conflicts. What do I have
>>to remove to uninstall and do a fresh install of 1.1 and all
>>dependencies? Thanks,
>>Ben Jackson
>>Diretor de Desenvolvimento
>>INCOMUM Design & Conceito
>>+55 (21) 9997-0593
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Received on Mon May 2 21:07:51 2005

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