[svnbook] r4328 committed - * en/book/appa-quickstart.xml...

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Revision: 4328
Author:   cmpilato at gmail.com
Date:     Wed Jan 16 12:27:50 2013
Log:      * en/book/appa-quickstart.xml
   Drop stuff about the -deps tarball.  It isn't offered any more, and
   INSTALL is the canonical source of installation information anyway.



--- /trunk/en/book/appa-quickstart.xml	Tue Aug  2 09:02:33 2011
+++ /trunk/en/book/appa-quickstart.xml	Wed Jan 16 12:27:50 2013
@@ -54,21 +54,7 @@
        probably better off downloading a binary distribution instead!)
        From the Subversion web site, download the latest source code
        release.  After unpacking it, follow the instructions in
-      the <filename>INSTALL</filename> file to build it.  Note that a
-      released source package may not contain everything you need to
-      build a command-line client capable of talking to a remote
-      repository.  Starting with Subversion 1.4 and later, the
-      libraries Subversion depends on (apr, apr-util, and neon) are
-      distributed in a separate source package suffixed
-      with <filename>-deps</filename>.  These libraries are now common
-      enough that they may already be installed on your system.  If
-      not, you'll need to unpack the dependency package into the same
-      directory where you unpacked the main Subversion source.
-      Regardless, it's possible that you may want to fetch other
-      optional dependencies such as Berkeley DB and possibly Apache
-      <command>httpd</command>.  If you want to do a complete build,
-      make sure you have all of the packages documented in
-      the <filename>INSTALL</filename> file.</para>
+      the <filename>INSTALL</filename> file to build it.</para>

      <para>If you're one of those folks that likes to use bleeding-edge
        software, you can also get the Subversion source code from the

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