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Re: Building my own Python bindings; is there a test for it?

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2005-09-28 00:21:27 CEST

At 9/27/2005 08:23 AM, Matt England wrote:
>>>8) make swig-py
>>>9) make install-swig-py
>Uhh, nevermind. I couldn't get the make off the ground [...]

Well, that was because I didn't have SWIG installed (didn't know I needed
that). So I built and installed SWIG, then I can now run 'make swig-py' in
my Subversion build source extract directory.

My question before I run 'make install-swig-py': can I do all this swig-py
installation *after* I've already installed the SVN "core" _minus_ the
SWIG/Pythong stuff? Do I need to change any of existing, installed SVN

I'm presuming not, and am proceeding with running 'make install-swig-py'
after the fact...but I would like someone to confirm that this is ok or
tell me what I need to do otherwise (and if I need to rebuild all of
Subversion again with the new SWIG dependencies, etc).


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Received on Wed Sep 28 00:23:15 2005

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