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Finishing #1625 (modify the Windows installer to handle APR DLLs)

From: Jostein Chr. Andersen <jostein_at_josander.net>
Date: 2004-06-14 13:55:24 CEST

Hi,

I'm finishing #1625 and I have some questions (please see:
  http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=1625 ):

* The installer must decide if Subversions own APR DLLs or Apache
  APR DLLs should be used (according to the web).

  Quoting from the link above:
> Once the SVN binaries start using APR DLLs, the installer
> must change to either install those DLLs, or if an appropriate
> version of Apache is found on the system, show SVN how to use
> the DLLs that come with Apache.

  So:
  - What is an appropriate version of Apache, is it when >= 2.0.49
    or is it something else?
  - If the Apache ones should be used, how will svn.exe (and the
    other libs and exes) know where to use the Apache ones? Should
    they be copied to %SVNPATH% or will an environment variable point
    to them?

* Are all the APR DLLs ending up in the same folder when builded from
  source (ex.: WC\build\Debug)?

The DLLs I'm talking about is: libapr.dll, libapriconv.dll and
libaprutil.dll.

Thanks,
Jostein

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