On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 7:54 PM, Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name> wrote:
> David Darj wrote on Tue, 2 Mar 2010 at 19:42 +0100:
>> There is instructions how to build Win32 binaries in the INSTALL file.
>> However, I tried twice (once at work and once at home) and failed with
>> compilation errors. Maybe because of using wrong version of dependencies or
>> wrong parameters to the build scripts.
>> And I havn't had the time to track those errors down to their source.
>> I have a virtual machine I can use for the build process.
>> I too would be very happy if DJ could come up with a detailed description of
>> his build process.
>> Then I would gladly take over and build upcoming versions for the community.
> If you try to build and fail, feel free to post to this list and we'll help.
> There are a couple of other ways to build svn besides what's documented in
> INSTALL :-). I posted to this list a makefile that I use (with VC
> express) for my windows build, and IIRC the tortoisesvn folks (and other
> windows clients) have their own build scripts too.
> (Oh, and I don't know if anyone ever tried to cross-compile svn windows
> binaries on other OSes.)
> Good luck!
I also whish you (or anyone who tries to build subversion on Windows)
good luck. It can be done, but it isn't easy. I for one spent a lot of
time getting it to work on my machine, just to experiment with some
simple things. Now I have a working build setup, but I wouldn't
consider it standard by any means (and don't have more time to invest
in standardizing this build).
I actually started from Daniel Shahaf's Makefile, which he mentioned
above. See my experiences here:
Received on 2010-03-02 22:49:00 CET