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Re: Issues building SVN..

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-06-08 00:09:51 CEST

kheon@comcast.net wrote:
> Do the tarballs contain everything I need to get the Ruby bindings built
> and installed?
> That's the main reason I opted to go with the source because I didn't
> think
> they were included in the tarball, if I'm wrong that'll be easier.

A slightly older-than-current version is in the 1.2.0 tarball.
If you only want to use the binidings as they are, you could use the
If you are at all likely to want to help out improve the bindings, you are
probably better off with trunk at the moment.


>> [Please keep replies on the mailing list!]
>> Kyle Heon wrote:
>>> Aha, that's probably it. Because SVN is hosed on my Linux box I had to
>>> snag
>>> it on a Windows box, after which I copied the source over.
>>> How else can I go about getting the source on my Linux box without SVN
>>> installed?
>> Either: download a tarball
>> Or: svn export --native-eol LF
>> Max.

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