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RE: Problem with external file

From: Peter Willis <pwillis_at_aslenv.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2017 15:26:37 -0700

>That would be Debian Sarge. Debian backports has svn 1.4 ... too old, I'm afraid.
>> I could try to build SVN using source, but I have my doubts.
>It's not inconceivable that you could build 1.6, but getting all the dependencies lined up could be a pain on Sarge, indeed.
> I'll just keep moving the file manually.
>Or you can just make a copy of the file in the repository instead of a file external? Or a normal "directory" external and a symlink to the right place?
>-- Brane

Unfortunately, I am working between MS OS and Linux. The soft link would only work on one of those. MS uses a '.lnk' file for links and Linux uses an actual file system hallmark.

Stuck with the file I guess....

Thanks again.

Received on 2017-06-16 00:26:42 CEST

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