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Re: Not installing Berkeley on the client but using Berkeley on the server

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-07-14 18:31:49 CEST

On 7/14/06, Matthew Kidd <Matthew.Kidd@cappsdigital.com> wrote:
> Our svn server has been set up on a Mac OS X server running 10.3.9 and is
> using Berkeley DB. I'm installing our first client on a 10.3.9 desktop and
> could not install Berkeley due to the abscence of libmm which I could also
> not find anywhere on the net so I could have Berkeley on the client. My
> question is if our repository is located on teh server does it matter if the
> clients use FSFS since all changes, commits, etc are being recorded and kept
> on the server?

It doesn't matter at all if bdb is installed on the clients or not.


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