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Re: Install packages structure remark

From: Shaun Johnson <shaun.johnson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-07 18:54:08 CEST

Hi Kruno,

I believe this has been covered before. The client and server modules for
Subversion are essentially the same. There is no need to create separate
packages for each.

Your first stop after reading this should be the Subversion book site:
http://svnbook.red-bean.com The book covers the various possible
installation methods. That information should help you choose which server
"installation" is the right fit for your needs.

I agree that I would like to see a larger variety of SVN binaries available.
We had to "roll our own" for AIX. The problem is that Subversion is an
open-source project. Binaries are built by volunteers and I don't think many
people have a spare UNIX server sitting in a closet at home.

Shaun

On 9/7/06, Ostrouska Krunoslav <krunoslav.ostrouska@tele-haase.at> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> i'm jet by installing Subversion (client and server) on Windows and i must
> notice that structure of the Download/Packages for Win32 need to be
> revised.
>
> I must also install the server somwhere and i could not find any division
> between server and client packages.
> My problem is that i don't know what is what. When i download the package
> "subversion-1.3.2.zip" or "svn-win32-1.3.2.zip" i couldn't find any info
> where is the server software.
> Now i think there is only client package for Win32, is it thrue?
>
> I think, the packages should be strict divided. First into client/server
> packages and than in operating systems for each.
> I also think that the Subversion project also should maintain the packages
> for all operating systems that it will support.
>
> Thanks, and sorry for my bad englisch.
> Kruno
>
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