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RE: [Trac] problem with trac -> subversion

From: Tim Alsop <Tim.Alsop_at_CyberSafe.Com>
Date: 2006-06-26 21:02:46 CEST


I have fixed this now.

I made Trac use python 2.3, so that I can use Davids rpm's.
To build the phthon swig files I took the source version of subversion,
and built this part only, and installed it. I am therefore using a
hybrid rpm/non-rpm installation :-)

Thanks for your help.


-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Alsop
Sent: 26 June 2006 13:53
To: 'Brad Anderson'
Cc: Tim Alsop
Subject: RE: [Trac] problem with trac -> subversion



I haven't solved it yet, but the problem appears to be caused because
Trac is using python 2.4 and the subversion packages are using python

When I had similar/same issue before I managed to fix it by copying
files from the site-packages directory for one python version to the

I agree that if I build from source this will solve the issue, but I am
hoping I can resolve without doing this. I have asked David if he runs
'make py-swig' etc. when he creates the rpm packages. If he did, then
the files needed would be included in the packages I am using.


-----Original Message-----
From: Brad Anderson [mailto:brad@dsource.org]
Sent: 26 June 2006 13:49
To: Tim Alsop
Subject: Re: [Trac] problem with trac -> subversion

Tim Alsop wrote:
> Brad,
> Thankyou. The problem is that I am using the rpm's provided for
> Subversion, and didn't build it from source. I have emailed the person
> who created the rpm's (David Summers) and asked for help.
> It looks like I am the only person having this problem, or maybe I am
> the only person using the rpm's to install subversion on my linux
> ?

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