On Wed, Nov 27, 2002 at 03:33:00PM -0600, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> Jon Middleton <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > David Kimdon is the offical package maintainer, but the main problem
> > is that the current build depends can not be satisfied in Debian
> > unstable at least apr and apr-util are out of date.
> Actually, the apr and apr-util shipped with httpd-2.0.43 *aren't* out
> of date. Subversion just *thinks* they are.
> I think what I need to do here is make a change to Subversion's
> ./configure again: if "apu-config --version" returns error, then
> attempt to grep for the version-number directly in the script.
* ac-helpers/aprutil.m4(AC_DEFUN): If $apu_config --version fails just
grep the version string out of the script so that we can build
against apr as shipped in apache2 2.0.43, this hack can be removed
when 2.0.44 has been released.
--- ac-helpers/aprutil.m4 (revision 3928)
+++ ac-helpers/aprutil.m4 (working copy)
@@ -35,10 +35,14 @@
if test $? -ne 0; then
- apu-config --version failed.
- Your apu-config doesn't support the --version switch, please upgrade
- to APR-UTIL more recent than 2002-Nov-05.])
+ # This is a hack as suggested by Ben Collins-Sussman it can be
+ # removed after apache2 2.0.44 has been released.
+ apu_version=`grep "APRUTIL_DOTTED_VERSION=" $apu_config) | tr -d "APRUTIL_DOTTED_VERSION="| tr -d '"'`
+ # apu-config --version failed.
+ # Your apu-config doesn't support the --version switch, please upgrade
+ # to APR-UTIL more recent than 2002-Nov-05.])
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Received on Wed Nov 27 23:11:03 2002
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