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From Campbell Allan <campbell.al...@sword-ciboodle.com>
Subject Re: How to build with http/https: access via serf, and not neon?
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2010 16:28:17 GMT

On Tuesday 01 Jun 2010, yary wrote:
> Neon is required? The INSTALL that comes with 1.6.11 says that either
> neon or serf will give http access:
>
>       * libneon or libserf  (OPTIONAL for client)
>
>          The Neon and Serf libraries both allow the Subversion client
>          to send HTTP requests. ... Your client can be compiled against
> either libneon or libserf (or both), as they offer competing
>          implementations.
>
> -y

It's possible the configure script isn't detecting either library on your 
system and so isn't including the necessary commands in the makefiles. I have 
two examples of configure lines, one with neon specified and one without and 
both create working binaries. I think I needed to specify it because I was 
building a static binary or needed a specific version. At the very simplest 
though the following commands work on my machine:

tar xfvj subversion-1.6.11.tar.bz2
tar xfvj subversion-deps-1.6.11.tar.bz2
cd subversion-1.6.11/
./configure --with-ssl
make

however your mileage may vary depending on the libraries installed. I can 
confirm I have packages for libneon and neon installed on my opensuse 
desktop. Neon and serf are provided in the dependencies because they must be 
needed at some point and I had the impression at least some of the 
dependencies were picked up automatically if necessary but I guess this isn't 
always the case.

Campbell

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