Hey thanks Ryan for the quick response and clear description of the problem.
What would you do in this case?
Would I have to uninstall the native apache2 on the mac server and
re-install using MacPorts.
It sounds like it could be messy.
Ryan Schmidt-80 wrote:
> On Jun 25, 2011, at 14:38, davmar wrote:
>> I've upgraded from 10.6's native version of 1.6.15 to 1.6.17 using .dmg
>> well as using MacPorts.
>> I've followed the installers directions to update the envvars file on my
>> remote server, as well .profile on the client side and vice, versa If I
>> snvserv --version on the server I get the correct version and if I run
>> --version on the client side, I get the right version.
>> However, when I navigate through a browser to http://myserver/svn ... the
>> page shows 1.6.15 instead of 1.6.17. Does anybody know why and how to
>> this? Am I really running 1.6.17 or is there something I am missing?
> According to what you've told us, you're running the Subversion command
> line client 1.6.17, the Subversion svnserve server 1.6.17, and the
> Subversion mod_dav_svn Apache module 1.6.15.
> If you installed a new mod_dav_svn, you need to restart Apache for it to
> load that new version.
> If you've already restarted Apache and it still says 1.6.15, then you have
> not installed a new mod_dav_svn in a place where your Apache is looking
> for it.
> I don't know how the Subversion dmg installers work. I do know how
> Subversion works in MacPorts. It only installs mod_dav_svn if you ask for
> it (sudo port install subversion +mod_dav_svn), and it only works with the
> MacPorts apache2 server. It does not work with the Apache server built
> into Mac OS X.
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