yanegomi at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 18:43:38 UTC 2011
On Oct 6, 2011, at 11:34 AM, Lev Serebryakov <lev at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> Hello, Garrett.
> You wrote 6 октября 2011 г., 19:28:07:
>>> On a newly installed development machine I installed subversion-freebsd
>>> from ports and ended up with a huge dependency chain. Eventually I got
>>> the usual gnu-hell (auto-*, lib*), but also python27, tcl-8.5, perl-5.12
>>> and m4. This is a bit too much. The last four should not be required to
>>> check out the FreeBSD source tree. They also may conflict with newer
>>> versions one wants to have on a development machine (python3, perl6, ...).
>>> Is there a way to cut this down a bit and just have a svn client with only
>>> the necessary stuff?
>> We're using an install method that's not recommended by the svn
>> project, but the maintainer refuses to get on the supported track so
> Huh? It is something new for me (maintainer). What is "recommended"
> You need slqite3, it is not-optional dependency. sqlite3 need tcl to
> be built. Use binary package for sqlite3 and you will not need tcl.
>> we're stuck installing tcl and a few other things for subversion.
>> Search for subversion in the closed prs for patches and more details..
> Please, blame sqlite3 for tcl. sqlite3 could be build without it
> easily, and I don't understand, why sqlite3 maintainer uses it
> unconditionally. Yes, it gives SLIGHTLY more optimal resulting code,
> but, IMHO, tcl is too high price for it in most cases.
You're right. I meant sqlite3, not subversion.. Sorry for the noise ;/..
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