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Old 07-20-2010, 01:23 PM
 
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Hello


Is it possible to emerge svn tools only.


I mean I want to check out sources, commit modifications. I don't want to have the repository intalled on my machine.


If it is possible what package should I install ?


thanks for help
 
Old 07-20-2010, 02:11 PM
Paul Hartman
 
Default svn tools only

2010/7/20 <fajfusio@wp.pl>:
> Hello
>
> Is it possible to emerge svn tools only.
>
> I mean I want to check out sources, commit modifications. I don't want to
> have the repository intalled on my machine.
>
> If it is possible what package should I install ?
>
> thanks for help

dev-util/subversion

Please see the wiki for more info:
http://en.gentoo-wiki.com/wiki/Subversion/Install

Good luck
 
Old 07-20-2010, 02:23 PM
Nikos Chantziaras
 
Default svn tools only

On 07/20/2010 04:23 PM, fajfusio@wp.pl wrote:

Hello

Is it possible to emerge svn tools only.

I mean I want to check out sources, commit modifications. I don't want
to have the repository intalled on my machine.

If it is possible what package should I install ?

thanks for help


dev-vcs/subversion

If you don't create a repository, then there won't be one.
 
Old 07-20-2010, 02:26 PM
András Csányi
 
Default svn tools only

2010/7/20 <fajfusio@wp.pl>:
> Hello
>
> Is it possible to emerge svn tools only.
>
> I mean I want to check out sources, commit modifications. I don't want to
> have the repository intalled on my machine.
>
> If it is possible what package should I install ?
>
> thanks for help

If you install subversion package doesn't mean you have repository on
your machine. You can make one if you want. The package contains the
binary files to do a repo if you want and contains the binary files to
use svn for example: commit, update, etc.

Gentoo doesn't split packages as Debian.

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Old 07-20-2010, 02:40 PM
Dirk Uys
 
Default svn tools only

2010/7/20 <fajfusio@wp.pl>:
> Hello
>
> Is it possible to emerge svn tools only.
>
> I mean I want to check out sources, commit modifications. I don't want to
> have the repository intalled on my machine.
>
> If it is possible what package should I install ?
>
> thanks for help
>

Hi

You can disable apache and webdav useflags, but I don't think you can
avoid installing svnserve? You can choose to not use it and not create
repositories on your local machine (I can't remember if portage
automatically creates a repository in /var/svn, but even if it does,
you do not have to use it. An empty repository takes like 150K of
which 44K is example hooks that you can delete. I'm sure portage
itself will also not explode if you delete the contents /var/svn?

Unless you have very stringent size restrictions on your install,
emerge subversion and only use what you need.

Regards
Dirk
 
Old 07-20-2010, 04:26 PM
Grant Edwards
 
Default svn tools only

On 2010-07-20, Dirk Uys <dirkcuys@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2010/7/20 <fajfusio@wp.pl>:
>> Hello
>>
>> Is it possible to emerge svn tools only.
>>
>> I mean I want to check out sources, commit modifications. I don't want to
>> have the repository intalled on my machine.
>>
>> If it is possible what package should I install ?

> You can disable apache and webdav useflags, but I don't think you can
> avoid installing svnserve?

No, but why bother. It's only 60K, and it just sits in /usr/bin
harmlessly doing nothing.

> You can choose to not use it and not create repositories on your
> local machine (I can't remember if portage automatically creates a
> repository in /var/svn,

No, it doesn't.

> but even if it does, you do not have to use it. An empty repository
> takes like 150K of which 44K is example hooks that you can delete.
> I'm sure portage itself will also not explode if you delete the
> contents /var/svn?
>
> Unless you have very stringent size restrictions on your install,
> emerge subversion and only use what you need.

Exactly.

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