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RE: Building Subversion 1.4.3 on SunOS

From: Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: 2007-05-23 10:52:12 CEST

Hi Ram

> > ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-shared=no --enable-ssl=no

> without-berkeley-db --with-apr=/usr/local/apr --with-apr-
> util=/usr/local/apr --with-neon=/usr/local
> [Ram] : apr and apr-utils arguments should contain path and the config
> file located in the path
Well, don't ask me why or how, but now it works.
I have read somewhere that sometimes ksh has a memory problem, so I ran
everything in csh, you know, configure and make, just as a test, and it
worked. Then, I thought to give ksh another shot (I want to keep the
process as simple as possible), and, behold, it works. I have tried both
specifying the apr-config and just as I did before and they both worked
(the output from configure shows that the correct version of APR and
APR-UTIL is being picked up).
Oh well, what can I say, the joys of IT.
> > As I will be using svn only as a client on this machina I don't care
> about Apache, right?
> [Ram] :  You should configure Apache with Subversion in the server
> from where the repositories will be hosted and served to SVN clients
Apache IS installed on the server that's why I think I can ignore those
errors, can't I?
> [Ram] : if you do not want Perl / Python bindings, you may skip this
Is there a way to tell configure to ignore the Perl and Python binding?
Something like --without-perl maybe?
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