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Re: SVN client on RedHat 7.2

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-07 04:41:34 CET

On Mar 6, 2007, at 11:29, Thomas Despoix wrote:

> I'm running an old RedHat 7.2 server on which I want to install an
> SVN client. I went to the following download site : http://
> the.earth.li/pub/subversion/summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/subversion/
> latest/.
> My problem is the following, Subversion has a lot prerequisites,
> including Apache 2.0 and other stuff, all of which I could not
> upgrade. I was wondering what was the most minimal SVN client
> package to access remote servers for source codes manipulation
> (update, commit, etc.)

Subversion does not require Apache 2. Subversion can use Apache 2,
and if you want to serve a repository over the http or https
protocols, you will need Apache 2. But if you just want to access
other repositories, you don't need Apache 2.

To access http repositories, you need neon. To access https
repositories, you need neon compiled with openssl support.

Subversion always needs apr and apr-util.

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Received on Wed Mar 7 04:42:01 2007

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