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Re: Installing to alt directory

From: Bryan Dyck <bdyck_at_mac.com>
Date: 2005-07-19 20:11:39 CEST

Nick Pappas wrote:
> Hello all.
> What is the proper way to go about installing Subversion into a
> location other then what "make install" will by default? A quick look
> makes me think I can just take the "subversion" folder, the results of
> the compile, and copy it to where I want. Is this correct?

That sort of wanton copying generally causes stuff to break. :)

To change the location where Subversion gets installed, run the configure step
with '--prefix=/some/path'. If you want more control than that, run './configure
--help', and it will spit out a detailed list of options, including settings for
where the different parts of Subversion get installed (ie. shared libraries,
binaries, header files, etc.).

> I'm attempting to install Subversion on a modified LinkStation
> (http://www.buffalotech.com), but not void my warranty in the process.
> :) This means I can't repartition the drive and give myself enough
> space where I want it. I need to install the binaries, and make sure
> all the data, is stored on the much larger storage partition.

Subversion's data (I assume you mean the repositories?) can be stored anywhere -
just specify the path to your storage partition when you create a repository.


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Received on Tue Jul 19 20:06:36 2005

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