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Re: Minimal build instructions for svnserver & fsfs only?

From: Bob Proulx <bob_at_proulx.com>
Date: 2005-09-27 05:50:27 CEST

Matt England wrote:
> Himanshu Gohel wrote:
> >This is my config that builds on SGI IRIX:
> >
> >./configure -C --disable-nls --without-berkeley-db
> >--disable-mod-activation --without-be --without-axps --enable-all-static
> >--disable-shared

My configure options that build on HP-UX are the following:

  ./configure \
    --without-berkeley-db \
    --disable-nls \

> >I'm not quite sure what "--without-be" does, but it was suggested to me by
> >another IRIX user. Maybe someone on this list can say more about it.

I don't see that in the --help output. But it looks to be a substring
of --without-berkeley-db. Perhaps it is redundant with your inclusion
of that?

> Interesting. How/where can I read more about what all these
> packages/things (nls, mod-activation, be, axps, shared) do and/or how they
> are used? I'd like to disable as much stuff as possible (and therefore
> remove as many functional dependencies as possible)...but I don't want to
> shoot myself in the foot (eg, break the existing Subversion-based
> mechanisms/processes we already have in place) in the process.

Because you say you are running on a GNU/Linux and would normally use
shared libraries there I would use the following configure options:

  ./configure --without-berkeley-db

Then check the resulting shared libraries that are linked against the
svn binary.

  ldd svn


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