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Re: How do I install the "svn" client and NOT the server?

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2006-12-06 20:56:09 CET

>>>>> "Jon" == Jon Koerber <cryogen@mac.com> writes:

>> The tarball includes the sources for both the client and the
>> servers. I think you might be able to do a client-only build
>> using the right flags for ./configure.

    Jon> Does anyone know if this is true or how to do this?

The first sentence is certainly true; the second I suspect is false.

Why is it important that you not build the server? Are you missing
some library on which it depends? If so, just invoke make with the
"-k" option, which will tell it to continue despite errors; you'll
then wind up getting everything built than can be built.

    Jon> There must be a way to accomplish this or am I missing
    Jon> something?

As I said, I doubt there's any way to do this, since I can't think of
any value in not building the server. If you simply don't want to use
the server bits, just let 'em build, and then ... don't use them :-)

One of the fundamental philosophical questions of our time is
why Goofy is a person and Pluto is a dog.
        -- Roger Ebert
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Received on Wed Dec 6 21:09:00 2006

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