>On Dec 15, 2005, at 6:12 AM, JT. Gueux wrote:
>>I want to install the Metissian package on Mac OS X.4, but want to
>>have _just_ the files I need installed.
>>I just want to access the repository (FSFS) directly.
>>I realized that the package include APR (Apache Portable Runtime)
>>and Neon folders. The APR files seems to be an essential part of
>>subversion, but Neon is just used for WebDAV access.
>>Can I remove
>>files and fodlers without problem?
>>Is it safe ?
> If you want to have a fully function subversion client that is
>capable of accessing subversion servers via 'http' and 'https'
>protocols, in addition to just 'svn' and 'file', then yes, the neon
>libraries are needed. After all, the subversion client
>communication with an http(s) type server actually _is_ over WebDAV.
>for more information.
> Now, If you aren't concerned about being able to access an http(s)
>based subversion server, then you could download the source and
>build without neon support (use "--without-neon" option with
>Just removing the libraries from our binary distribution would
>result in an unusable subversion client since it expects to be able
>to find the neon libraries.
> If you are just looking to strip down the files a little, and
>don't have the need to build any software on your box which requires
>neon, you could remove all but the /usr/local/lib/libneon.* files.
>Hope that helps.
>Craig A. McElroy
>"Because Your Mission Is Critical"
Thanks for your input.
In fact, I was focusing of the server-side of the problem, so I
didn't think that it would prevent me from accessing _others_
I don't need to access those repository actually, but who knows?
I'll leave all the files in place. Now I understand that your
distribution contains _anything_ I need, and _some_other_things_
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Received on Sun Dec 25 04:59:12 2005