Currently, it has varying degrees of recognition for Mercurial, Git,
Subversion, CVS, and Fossil working copies.
no external dependencies: it does everything with the
+vcprompt has al dependencies: it does with the
standard C library and POSIX calls. It should work on any
-POSIX-compliant system with a C99 compiler.
+POSIX-compliant system with a C99 compiler. Some features will only
+work with the help of an external library (see "Dependencies" below).
To build vcprompt from the source tarball:
make install DESTDIR=/tmp/packageroot PREFIX=/usr
+vcprompt always requires GNU make to build.
+vcprompt requires GNU autoconf to build from a source checkout (but
+not if you are building from a source tarball).
+Support for Subversion >= 1.7 requires SQLite 3. If it's not present on
+the build system, vcprompt will support Subversion <= 1.6. Either way,
+the build should succeed and the tests should pass. To install the
+ sudo apt-get install libsqlite3-dev # Debian, Ubuntu
+ sudo yum install libsqlite3x-devel # Fedora, Red Hat
+To see which features are built-in to your vcprompt binary, run