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Changes between Version 136 and Version 137 of TracSubversion


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Timestamp:
Feb 5, 2017, 10:03:38 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
Ryan J Ollos
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Reorder to put latest version of Python first.

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    7272=== Windows (x86)
    7373
    74 ==== for Python 2.5
    75 One easy way to get Python 2.5 bindings is to install Collabnet Subversion Edge [http://www.open.collab.net/go/csvne2_r2a/]. The bindings can be found in the <install_directory>\csvn\lib\svn-python directory.
    76 
    77 ==== for ActivePython 2.5
    78 One way to get the bindings is to install the [http://www.open.collab.net/downloads/subversion/ CollabNet Subversion Server].
    79 
    80 While installing ("Apache Configuration" page / "mod_dav_svn Configuration") you have to select the "Enable viewVC" option. The installer then goes to the "ViewVC Configuration" page and asks for the location of the "Active Python Directory".
    81 
    82 Be sure to prepend the directory containing the Subversion libraries, from the server install (e.g. `C:\Program Files (x86)\CollabNet\Subversion Server`) to the `PATH`, or the bindings won't load.
     74==== for Python 2.7
     75For Subversion 1.7.x there are bindings available from http://alagazam.net.
     76
     77An alternative is to use the Subversion 1.7.0 bindings from !CollabNet server edition: [http://www.open.collab.net/products/subversion/getit.html CollabNet Subversion Edge 2.1.0 (for Windows 32 or 64 bit)].
     78
     79You'll find there a full Python 2.7.1 installation (below the `Python25` top-level folder!) and the corresponding bindings below `lib/svn-python`. It seems that even though that Python installation was built with !VisualStudio 2010 (`msvcr100.dll`), you can also use those svn bindings with the Python from python.org which was built with !VisualStudio 2008 (`msvcr90.dll`). I'm a bit disappointed, where's the DLL hell gone?
     80
     81For the 1.6.x bindings, there's no "official" release to be found for Python 2.7, but thanks to dawuid, who contributed [attachment:svn-win32-1.6.15_py_2.7.zip] (md5 `9dba3d11c4bbb91e29deb28f569e821b`). I tested them, and they seem to work great. Simply unzip in your <python27install>\Lib\site-packages folder. Note that you must have the folder containing the matching Subversion libraries in your PATH (e.g. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Subversion\bin").
    8382
    8483==== for Python 2.6
    85 The other way is to get them from http://alagazam.net: you'll need the Windows installer `Setup-Subversion-1.x.y.msi` (or the Windows binaries `svn-win32-1.x.y.zip`) and the Python 2.6 bindings `svn-win32-1.x.y_py.zip`.
     84Get them from http://alagazam.net: you'll need the Windows installer `Setup-Subversion-1.x.y.msi` (or the Windows binaries `svn-win32-1.x.y.zip`) and the Python 2.6 bindings `svn-win32-1.x.y_py.zip`.
    8685
    8786The Alagazam installer updates the PATH automatically to point to the new binary directory.
     
    103102If you end up with the infamous //`ImportError: DLL load failed: ...`//, don't despair but have a look at the [#checklist-windows Windows troubleshooting] section below.
    104103
    105 ==== for Python 2.7
    106 For Subversion 1.7.x there are also bindings available from http://alagazam.net (see Python 2.6 section above).
    107 
    108 An alternative is to use the Subversion 1.7.0 bindings from !CollabNet server edition: [http://www.open.collab.net/products/subversion/getit.html CollabNet Subversion Edge 2.1.0 (for Windows 32 or 64 bit)].
    109 
    110 You'll find there a full Python 2.7.1 installation (below the `Python25` top-level folder!) and the corresponding bindings below `lib/svn-python`. It seems that even though that Python installation was built with !VisualStudio 2010 (`msvcr100.dll`), you can also use those svn bindings with the Python from python.org which was built with !VisualStudio 2008 (`msvcr90.dll`). I'm a bit disappointed, where's the DLL hell gone?
    111 
    112 //For the 1.6.x bidings, there's no "official" release to be found for Python 2.7, but thanks to dawuid, who contributed [attachment:svn-win32-1.6.15_py_2.7.zip] (md5 `9dba3d11c4bbb91e29deb28f569e821b`). I tested them, and they seem to work great. Simply unzip in your <python27install>\Lib\site-packages folder. Note that you must have the folder containing the matching Subversion libraries in your PATH (e.g. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Subversion\bin").
     104==== for Python 2.5
     105One easy way to get Python 2.5 bindings is to install Collabnet Subversion Edge [http://www.open.collab.net/go/csvne2_r2a/]. The bindings can be found in the <install_directory>\csvn\lib\svn-python directory.
     106
     107==== for ActivePython 2.5
     108One way to get the bindings is to install the [http://www.open.collab.net/downloads/subversion/ CollabNet Subversion Server].
     109
     110While installing ("Apache Configuration" page / "mod_dav_svn Configuration") you have to select the "Enable viewVC" option. The installer then goes to the "ViewVC Configuration" page and asks for the location of the "Active Python Directory".
     111
     112Be sure to prepend the directory containing the Subversion libraries, from the server install (e.g. `C:\Program Files (x86)\CollabNet\Subversion Server`) to the `PATH`, or the bindings won't load.
    113113
    114114=== BSDs