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RE: Re: Minimal build instructions for svnserver & fsfs only?

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2005-09-26 22:50:37 CEST

At 9/26/2005 11:10 AM, Dale Hirt wrote:
>Actually, you can skip the dependency on bdb with the
>--without-berkeley-db switch. However, you cannot skip apr as it is the
>base library for ALL of subversion. You can, however, make it use the
>system apr with the --with-apr=/usr --with-apr-util=/usr switches.

Ok, good. So for completeness purposes, I need to get a "ya" or "na" on
the following procedure (and if it's a "na," I need to know the
edits/changes/additions needed) for building a "minimum" Subversion that
supports only svnserve (and not Apache/mod_dav integration) and fsfs (and
not BerkleyDB):

1) delete <prefix>/lib/libsvn*
2) extract the tarball for subversion-x.y.z
3) cd into subversion-x.y.z
4) sh ./autogen.sh
5) ./configure --without-berkley-db --with-apr=/usr --with-apr-util=/usr
6) make
7) make check
8) make install

Did I put the switches in the right step? ie, do the switches (like
--without-berkley-db and the others) go in #5 or #4?

Also, what exactly does step #4 do? Is it needed?

Does this procedure work for any platform? I'm going to be using it at
least on Redhat systems (specifically my RH9 system to start), but I can
see using it on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Debian, and Windows systems in the future.


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