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** (in kubuntu use: <tt>sudo apt-get install subversion</tt>)
 
** (in kubuntu use: <tt>sudo apt-get install subversion</tt>)
 
** (you can also install subversion from the source:
 
** (you can also install subversion from the source:
  cd $HOME/build
 
  rm -rf subversion-1.3.2
 
 
   curl http://subversion.tigris.org/downloads/subversion-1.3.2.tar.gz | tar zxf -
 
   curl http://subversion.tigris.org/downloads/subversion-1.3.2.tar.gz | tar zxf -
 
   cd subversion-1.3.2
 
   cd subversion-1.3.2
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* The [http://www.boost.org/ boost] libraries 1.35<br/>(presently this is the CVS head, go [http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=7586 here] for instructions how to access the CVS; during checkout use "<tt>boost</tt>" instead of "<tt><i>modulename</i></tt>")
 
* The [http://www.boost.org/ boost] libraries 1.35<br/>(presently this is the CVS head, go [http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=7586 here] for instructions how to access the CVS; during checkout use "<tt>boost</tt>" instead of "<tt><i>modulename</i></tt>")
* Now build boost jam:
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* Now build boost jam, where in the last line <tt><i>operating-system</i></tt> should be copied from the output of the build, $BINDIR is the directory where you want to install the executable:
 
   cd boost/tools/jam/src
 
   cd boost/tools/jam/src
 
   sh build.sh
 
   sh build.sh
 
   install bin.<i>operating-system</i>/bjam $BINDIR
 
   install bin.<i>operating-system</i>/bjam $BINDIR

Revision as of 10:43, 9 June 2007

Getting Started

You need:

  • A Subversion client with SSL support
    • (on Mac OS X you can use e.g.: fink install svn-client-ssl)
    • (in kubuntu use: sudo apt-get install subversion)
    • (you can also install subversion from the source:
 curl http://subversion.tigris.org/downloads/subversion-1.3.2.tar.gz | tar zxf -
 cd subversion-1.3.2
 ./configure --with-ssl
 make
 sudo make install
  • The boost libraries 1.35
    (presently this is the CVS head, go here for instructions how to access the CVS; during checkout use "boost" instead of "modulename")
  • Now build boost jam, where in the last line operating-system should be copied from the output of the build, $BINDIR is the directory where you want to install the executable:
 cd boost/tools/jam/src
 sh build.sh
 install bin.operating-system/bjam $BINDIR