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Re: Incomplete installation of subversion
On 10 August 2010 12:59, Andy Koppe wrote:
> On 10 August 2010 12:41, David BalaÅic wrote:
>> I have a reasonably up to date cygwin installation (did an update a
>> week ago or so).
>> Today I run the latest setup (v2.708). In Pending I saw a few libX
>> packages and minttty 0.8.1.
>> Then I selected subversion for install.
>> On "Next" I got a dialog saying that subversion depended on additional packages.
>> I clicked... I don't really remember what, I guess it was OK or Yes.
>> Then it installed subversion and the updates.
>> But when I started mintty and entered svn, I got this:
>> $ svn
>> /usr/bin/svn.exe: error while loading shared libraries: ?: cannot open
>> shared object file: No such file or directory
>> I started Setup again, and now under Pending I see:
>> Â- wouldn't it be wonderful to be able to copy paste text from dialogs?
>> Â- crypt
>> Â- libgdm4
>> Â- libopenldap2_3_0
>> Â- libopenssl098
>> Â- libpq5
>> Â- libproxy0
>> Â- minires
>> So what did I do wrong?
> Nothing. It's a bug in the resolver behind the "Unmet dependencies"
> page: it doesn't add indirect dependencies. This is fixed in CVS, to
> be rolled out soon.
Setup.exe 2.712 with a fix for this and a few additional tweaks to the
"Unmet dependencies" page has been uploaded to http://cygwin.com.
Problem reports: http://cygwin.com/problems.html
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