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Changes to RPM subversion.spec

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2001-10-27 19:17:59 CEST

Hello Subversion Developers,
   Please feel free to modify my ./packages/rpms/subversion.spec file to
keep things upt-to-date on its package dependencies when changes take
place (such as the neon-0.17.1 -> neon-0.17.2 change that just took place. I
don't mind doing it, just wanted to let you know about it.

I've now got a setup in place so that any time a new revision is commited,
my computer automatically builds the resulting package and generates
*.src.rpm and *.i386.rpm packages. I'm putting the final touches on it so
that the build log will be available on the server at
ftp://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/RPMS/src directory (not yet but soon) at
the same place the *.src.rpm files are located. You will also find all
the prequisite packages there.

It usually takes about 30 minutes to do the build.
I'm now starting work on getting the subversion server part to build.

Has anyone else had problems getting apache-2.0.26 to install correctly?
When I try to install, it aborts with an incorrectly substituted
%{exec_prefix} directive somewhere. I can provide a build log if anyone
is interested in taking a look at it. It's not something obvious because
all the other files install correctly, just not this one. But I haven't
found the crucial section of script that generates that command yet.

 --
David Wayne Summers "Linux: Because reboots are for upgrades!"
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