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Re: installing hot-backup.py from source

From: eg <egoots_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 21:03:16 -0700

Reagan Penner wrote:
> I am building Subversion 1.6.1 from source. I have Subversion built and
> am now trying to install the hot-backup.py program. I was sure that in
> previous releases that I ran make install-tools something to install
> hot-backup however, this does not work for me with the 1.6.1 release.
> Is there a make option for building and installing the tools/backup
> folder? Or do we simply copy them over from the source tress into our
> installation tree?
> thanks,
> -reagan

I don't know if there is a make option as I have never used one
(probably because building from sources under windows is a bear).

I copy the script, which is usually named hot-backup.py.in, and rename
it. Then edit it to adjust the variables for svnlook and svnadmin so
they point to the correct directory.

It doesn't have any external dependencies, other than python itself.


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