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 23.1.8 Installing MyODBC from the BitKeeper Development Source Tree
 Note: You should read this section only if you are interested in
 helping us test our new code.
 To obtain our most recent development source tree, use these
   1. Download BitKeeper from
      `'.  You will need
      BitKeeper 3.0 or newer to access our repository.
   2. Follow the instructions to install it.
   3. After BitKeeper is installed, first go to the directory you want
      to work from, and then use this command if you want to clone the
      MyODBC 3.51 branch:
           shell> bk clone bk:// myodbc-3.51
      In the preceding example, the source tree will be set up in the
      `myodbc-3.51/' or by default `myodbc3/' subdirectory of your
      current directory. If you are behind the firewall and can only
      initiate HTTP connections, you can also use BitKeeper via HTTP. If
      you are required to use a proxy server, simply set the environment
      variable `http_proxy' to point to your proxy:
           shell> export http_proxy="http://your.proxy.server:8080/"
      Replace the `bk://' with `http://' when doing a clone. Example:
           shell> bk clone myodbc-3.51
      The initial download of the source tree may take a while,
      depending on the speed of your connection; be patient.
   4. You will need GNU `autoconf 2.52' (or newer), `automake 1.4',
      `libtool 1.4', and `m4' to run the next set of commands.
           shell> cd myodbc-3.51
           shell> bk -r edit
           shell> aclocal; autoheader; autoconf;  automake;
           shell> ./configure  # Add your favorite options here
           shell> make
      For more information on how to build, refer to `INSTALL' file
      located in the same directory. On Windows, make use of Windows
      Makefiles `WIN-Makefile' and `WIN-Makefile_debug' in building the
      driver, for more information, see  MyODBC Windows source
   5. When the build is done, run `make install' to install the MyODBC
      3.51 driver on your system.
   6. If you have gotten to the `make' stage and the distribution does
      not compile, please report it to <>.
   7. After the initial `bk clone' operation to get the source tree, you
      should run `bk pull' periodically to get the updates.
   8. You can examine the change history for the tree with all the diffs
      by using `bk sccstool'.  If you see some funny diffs or code that
      you have a question about, do not hesitate to send e-mail to
      Also, if you think you have a better idea on how to do something,
      send an e-mail to the same address with a patch. `bk diffs' will
      produce a patch for you after you have made changes to the source.
      If you do not have the time to code your idea, just send a
   9. BitKeeper has a nice help utility that you can access via `bk
 You can also browse changesets, comments and source code online by
 browsing to `'.
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