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Compiling Caudium from SVN:
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It's easy to compile Caudium from SVN. Just run ./autogen.sh before
following the standard installation instructions. Please note that
this step requires a new version of the autoconf package.

To get Caudium from SVN:
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Caudium's source repository is located in a Subversion repository hosted 
by Google Code. Anyone may check out a copy from the read-only repository 
located at the following URLs:

  http://caudium.googlecode.com/caudium/trunk (current development tree)
  http://caudium/googlecode.com/caudium/branches/stable_1_4 (1.4)

For example, the following command:

  svn co http://caudium.googlecode.com/caudium/trunk caudium

will check out the latest development tree and place it in the directory 
"caudium". Note that you will not be able to commit any changes checked out
from these repositories. If you're a member of the Caudium project, you'll 
need to check out from the https version of the URLs above in order to commit.

To build Caudium from SVN:
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You also need a Pike 7.0.268 or newer for Caudium 1.2. We recommend
using 7.2 as opposed to 7.0 or 7.3. We consider 7.2 to be more stable
and proven than 7.3 and faster than 7.0.
For Caudium 1.4, you will need Pike 7.6.66 or later at the time of this 
writing.

To get Pike you can either fetch it from CVS or from our snapshot page.
The URLs are below:

	http://pike.ida.liu.se

Unless you plan to / want to update your Pike often, we recommend that
you use our pre-built Pike snapshots. The major reason for this as
opposed to using a CVS version is that the CVS versions require Pike
to build Pike (what came first, Pike or Pike?).

Once you've installed Pike following the instructions you can continue
installing Caudium. A typical install would then look like (assuming 
Pike is installed in /opt/pike):

# ./autogen.sh
Running autogen in 'src'
Running autogen in 'src/cmods'
Running autogen in 'src/cmods/Caudium'
Running autogen in 'src/cmods/PiXSL'
Running autogen in 'src/cmods/UltraLog'
Running autogen in 'src/tools'
Running autogen in 'tools'
# ./configure --prefix=/opt/www --with-pike=/opt/bin/pike
[configure checks]
# make
[compilation]
# make install
[installation]
# cd /opt/www/caudium/server/
# ./install
[install questions]

This will place the caudium base-directory in /opt/www/caudium .