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Compiling minimal_client on MacOS X

From: B. Blodau <b_blodau_at_hamburg.de>
Date: 2007-09-04 17:12:07 CEST

I'm Bert Blodau and I'm still a rookie to Subversion.

I'm trying to write a client application for Mac OS X using SVN's C-
API. As a first try I tried to compile the minimal_client.c file, to
see if I can just build a mini client.

Maybe I was a bit to optimistic when I just downloaded the SVN
version 1.4.4 from the SVN homepage, which includes both the header-
and the C-files, expecting that I can compile them right away. I got
a compiler error that all the apr... files are missing. It seems that
I have to get the apr files from the apache homepage. Getting the
apr-1.2.9 files didn't help, since the apr.h file is still missing.

I think if I invest a couple of weeks to find out which files in
which version I need, I will finally made it to compile
minimal_client, but this might be a bit a frustrating process.
Is there anybody out there who has done this already and can provide
a simple checklist where to get which files and how to setup a simple
project for MacOS X (including any necessary compiler settings)?
If there is already a document on the SVN homepage which describes
this process, it would be nice to know about it.

Thanks in advance to everybody for any help.

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