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Re: SVN Uninstall OS X?

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-05-03 12:06:27 CEST

David Waite wrote:
>OS X has no package uninstall functionality. Just delete the directory.

Ben Jackson wrote:
> 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?

I know from experience on Debian that you also need to clean at least
$(prefix)/lib. The Right Tool(tm) though is to 'make uninstall' from the
sourcedir where you called 'make install'.
For the future, there are tools to avoid such problems. For one, OS X has a
package manager. Apart from that, you can always install in a really separate
prefix-dir (like /opt/subversion or -better- $(HOME)/svn) and modify
paths/make symlinks or use a specialised tool like 'stow'.

I'd appreciate you not top-posting, btw. ;)


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