USRP from SVN - no ./bootstrap and ./configure

As per the USRP svn repository instructions I run the following command:

svn co http://usrp.svnrepository.com/svn/usrp/trunk usrp

Upon completion, the INSTALL file talks about ./configure.

Some other how-to sites also talk about ./bootstrap.

I cant find configure or bootstrap in the above svn repository.

Where are they? Do I really need bootstrap?

Get bootstrap from http://opensdr.cvs.sourceforge.net/opensdr/usrp/
(“old”
repository)

./bootstrap will rebuild configure.

IMHO bootstrap should be on svn too.

Where are they? Do I really need bootstrap?


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On Wed, Jun 28, 2006 at 06:07:29PM -0500, Jan van Niekerk wrote:

Where are they? Do I really need bootstrap?

They’re in the top directory.
Yes, you need bootstrap followed by configure.

Eric

– Eric B. wrote : On Wed, Jun 28, 2006 at 06:07:29PM -0500, Jan
van Niekerk wrote: > As per the USRP svn repository instructions I run
the following > command: > > svn co
http://usrp.svnrepository.com/svn/usrp/trunk usrp > > Upon completion,
the INSTALL file talks about ./configure. > > Some other how-to sites
also talk about ./bootstrap. > > I cant find configure or bootstrap in
the above svn repository. > > Where are they? Do I really need
bootstrap? They’re in the top directory. Yes, you need bootstrap
followed by configure. Eric
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The top svn directory does not have any file in it.
However, in http://usrp.svnrepository.com/svn/usrp/tags/REL_0_12/ there
is a bootstrap which is identical to the bootstrap in the “old cvs”
mentioned in my previous posting.


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