Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of user-troubleshooting


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May 28, 2006 12:23:39 AM (14 years ago)
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andreasw
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    55== Problems During Downloading ==
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    7 If you want to use subversion from the command line (with the {{{svn}}} program), you need to make sure that you have a version of {{{svn}}} ''that is able to use the SSL layer'' and is able to connect the {{{https://...}}} URLs.  You can find out if your version of {{{svn}}} supports this by typing {{{svn --version}}}.  If it says "{{{handles 'https' scheme}}}," you are fine.  Otherwise, you need to obtain a different version, or compile the {{{svn}}} executable yourself.  In that case, make sure you specify {{{--with-ssl}}} when you run {{{configure}}} for subversion.  For information on how to obtain subversion, click [wiki:user-download here].
     7If you want to use subversion from the command line (with the {{{svn}}} program), you need to make sure that you have a version of {{{svn}}} ''that is able to use the SSL layer'' and is able to connect to {{{https://...}}} URLs.  You can find out if your version of {{{svn}}} supports this by typing {{{svn --version}}}.  If it says "{{{handles 'https' scheme}}}," you are fine.  Otherwise, you need to obtain a different version, or compile the {{{svn}}} executable yourself.  In that case, make sure you specify {{{--with-ssl}}} when you run {{{configure}}} for subversion.  For information on how to obtain subversion, click [wiki:user-download here].
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    99For most of the COIN projects, we use the {{{externals}}} feature of subversion, which allows us to get the correct version for all dependencies for each project.  You might noticed that this slows the downloading down a bit; you just need to be patient ;)