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Re: BerkeleyDB4.2 not looked for in "./configure"?

From: Robert Guthrie <rguthrie_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-02-26 18:48:07 CET

If I understand you correctly, that means I need to configure and
install subversion.1.0.0/apr and apr-util as a start to get subversion
to compile svnserver... However when attempting to do so, I'm still
having trouble with it not looking for BDB4.2... It always starts
looking for 4.1 and then 4.0, 3, 2, 1, failing at the last because it
can't find any of THOSE versions in my 4.2 directory.

Shouldn't I be seeing output from the configuration that looks like this:
....
checking checking for Berkeley DB 4.2 in
/home/postproc/src/src_c/subversion/BerkeleyDB.4.2
....

I'm confused by this. Can someone clarify?

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> I think the trick in this situation (though I haven't tried it yet
> myself), is to tell users to configure/build/install the bundled apr and
> apr-util within the svn tarball with the appropriate BDB args.
>
> The goal is to get an *installed* libapr-util on your system that is
> linking to BDB 4.2. Building apache is only one route to that goal.
> Once you've achieved that goal, svn's own ./configure will ask the
> installed apr-util for BDB flags.
>

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