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Subversion and OS X 10.4

From: Blake Winton <bwinton_at_latte.ca>
Date: 2006-09-01 01:41:11 CEST


I've been trying to get the Subversion bindings for Python working with
my Framework Python under Mac OS X 10.4. I would also like to have my
own repository, available under http(s)://latte.ca/svn/ using the WebDAV

I've gone back and forth, trying to get this all working, with no
success. The most recent error (after installing Apache 2, and
disabling the default Apache that came with OS X, and after compiling
and configuring subversion three or four times (some with ./autogen.sh
because a webpage recommended it, some without because some email said
not to, some with an old apxs from DarwinPorts, some without, etc, etc)
was make swig-py complaining about missing symbols. That led me to a
page which said that I needed to compile neon myself, which I tried to,
but apparently got version 26 instead of version 25.5.

So, I'm kind of tired and disillusioned at the whole process, and I'm
asking for help. Is there a set of steps I can follow to get all of the
1) Subversion installed.
2) The Python bindings installed into my Framework Python.
3) A repository which I can access from http://latte.ca/svn/

(And to think I bought a Mac because I was tired of the endless
adminstration I had to do on my FreeBSD box.)

Thank you all for any help you may be able to provide,

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Received on Fri Sep 1 10:21:07 2006

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