On Sat, Oct 27, 2001 at 09:37:36PM -0500, David Summers wrote:
> Good point about the numbering scheme. I'll switch to that on the next
> I should have been more technically accurate in the message and state that
> the dependency on neon is such that it links to the library as a normal
> library rather than a dynamically shared library (maybe that is not
> intended but that is what is happening now). When do a "ldd /usr/bin/svn"
> on Linux I don't see any mention of neon shared libraries so I took that
> out of the "Requires" statement on the subversion.spec file.
The reason ldd doesn't show it, is that the only part of svn that uses neon
is ra_dav. ra_dav is loaded on demand by svn when it sees an http:, or https
ldd won't show it, but we do need it.
> Have I missed something? (Probably).
> - David Summers
> On Sat, 27 Oct 2001, Greg Stein wrote:
> > On Sat, Oct 27, 2001 at 12:32:52PM -0500, email@example.com wrote:
> > > Author: david
> > > Date: 2001-10-27 17:32 GMT
> > > New Revision: 337
> > >
> > > Modified:
> > > trunk/packages/rpm/subversion.spec
> > > Log:
> > > subversion.spec: Subversion has a compile-time
> > > dependency on neon but not a run-time dependency.
> > What?!! Of course we have a runtime dependency.
> > Or is it simply that you're bundling a Neon installation into your RPM? That
> > is, you haven't broken Neon out into its own RPMs yet?
> > >...
> > > @@ -14,14 +13,13 @@
> > > Requires: db3 >= 3.3.11
> > > Requires: expat
> > > Requires: libxml
> > > -Requires: neon
> > > BuildPreReq: apr-devel >= 2001.10.24
> > When APR does a formal release, and is number 1.0.0, then I think you're
> > going to run into some problems with your numbering scheme :-) 2001.10.24
> > is going to look newer (to RPM's --upgrade) than 1.0.0. I might advocate
> > calling those 0.2001.10.24 or somesuch.
> > Cheers,
> > -g
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