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Here are some lines you can put in your .cshrc to get the binaries and man pages for subversion into the appropriate paths. These lines only take effect if you are on a machine that has subversion in the indicated spot, which keeps your path nice and clean on any machines where they are not located.

if (-d /usr/local/subversion) then
  setenv SVN_HOME /usr/local/subversion

  if -d ${SVN_HOME}/bin then
    setenv PATH ${PATH}:${SVN_HOME}/bin

  if -d ${SVN_HOME}/man then
    if {$?MANPATH} then
      setenv MANPATH ${MANPATH}:${SVN_HOME}/man
      setenv MANPATH ${SVN_HOME}/man


pconrad? January 23, 2007, at 03:59 PM

Just to mention, Prof. Conrad's hint should not be needed anymore. Links were added to /usr/local/bin/ for subversion, which should be in your default path. wlynch? January 26, 2007, at 12:53 PM

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