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freebsd binaries

From: Jeremy Mordkoff <mordkoff_at_acm.org>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 22:43:48 -0400

I have recently inherited a web site running on a hosted freebsd server.
It does not even have make on it. Just a web server and perl (as far as
I can tell).

I copied off all of the scripts and html pages to my home server, set up
an SVN repository, checked them in, did some cleanup and checked in

Now I would like to checkout the updated versions on the web server.
Guess what? No svn. No make. And not a lot of disk space.

Does someone have freebsd binaries? I think I will need gdiff, et al

I suppose I could setup a cache somewhere, checkout into the cache and
then copy the cache to the server, but in reality, I would have to copy
back too, because there are some key data files on the server that
really should be backed up. If I could get this working, then a simple
'svn commit' would be my backup tool and 'svn update' would do my


Jeremy Mordkoff
Received on 2008-03-13 04:58:07 CET

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