[sword-devel] BCB6 Build Error

Bug Hunter wmaxfield at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 14:55:51 MST 2005


  That information is exactly what I needed. However, I had no clue
there was a "trunk" when checking out per your web pages. Is it
possible the web pages could undergo an update?

  I need to make this work, and God willing, I will.

  Thanks again for the reply.


On Apr 11, 2005 4:19 AM, Chris Little <chrislit at crosswire.org> wrote:
> Wade Maxfield wrote:
> >   I finally got a build, of sorts.
> >
> >   after checking things out of SVN, and moving directories around from
> > where SVN places them, I got a build, with a linker error:
> >
> >   SVN creates a "trunk" directory. YOu have to move the files out of the
> > trunk directory up one level, and name the directory you are in icu-sword,
> > for the icu-sword stuff.
> The correct way to check out an SVN repository (using Tortoise SVN)
> would be:
> 1) Right click in the directory you want to check out to and click "SVN
> Checkout..."
> 2) Type the URL of the repository, which might be one of:
>         https://crosswire.org/svn/sword/trunk
>         https://crosswire.org/svn/biblecs/trunk
>         https://crosswire.org/svn/icu-sword/trunk
>         https://crosswire.org/svn/sword-tools/trunk
> 3) Type the directory for checkout if you intend it to be other than
> what is indicated. If you have an svn directory where all of your
> repositories will be held, you would specify subdirectories into which
> to checkout.
> 4) Choose between HEAD or a specific revision, if you have one it mind.
> 5) Click OK.
> No moving is necessary if you follow these instructions. However,
> there's no problem with moving directories around like you did since all
> of the SVN information is contained within the directories containing
> the repository, so it travels well.
> --Chris

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