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Re: uninstall from source?

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2007-01-17 01:09:55 CET

On Jan 16, 2007, at 00:21, Jeff Smith wrote:

> I want to uninstall 1.3.2, which I installed from source. Sometimes
> `make uninstall` works but apparently not for subversion. I am hoping
> there's some sort of log that would tell me what specific files were
> installed, but I haven't found one.

You can use make install and DESTDIR to get a clean tree of the files
in the kit. The following (untested script) should delete all the
files of
the SVN source kit.

make install DESTDIR=/tmp/qqq
cd /tmp/qqq
find . -type f --exec rm /{}
cd /tmp
rm -rf qqq

Personally I install svn into its on dir like /usr/local/svn-1.4.2
as I need to have multiple versions installed side by side.
It is then very easy to uninstall.


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