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Re: SVN Client only - needed

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-06-16 16:57:03 CEST

On Jun 16, 2006, at 12:33, - Ed Lea Design - wrote:

> I have a repository running on my local machine and I would like to
> have a working copy on my web server. I only need an SVN client to
> be installed on my web server so I can checkout changes I make
> locally.
> I have search for just the command line client for Redhat
> Enterprise 4 but can only find the full subversion 1.3.1 binary. Is
> there such a thing as a linux command line svn client? I can't
> install the full subversion as the hosting company only has apache
> 1.3 and I don't have the experience to do the work around.

No, there is no separate client distribution. There is only one,
which includes both client and server. There's no need for you to
install (or even build) the Subversion module if you're not planning
to use it. If you're using somebody's binary distribution, then
simply don't install the mod_dav_svn Apache module anywhere.

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