Oh, I know it will work. I'm just trying to figure out how to include it
in the RPM. So far I've been able to build other required packages
separately from subversion itself, including EXPAT which is a package that
RedHat has already on their system so the expat-lite directory in the
Subversion repository is not needed, I just erase that and build with the
existing expat package.
Now as of last night, the RPM build is broken because of the APR-UTIL
requirement and I'm just trying to figure out the best way to get
everything to compile and link. I'm wondering if it might be possible to
export the APR-UTIL development environment as a part of the apache-devel
package because it already has both APR and APR-UTIL, or wondering if it
is possible to build a package that combines the APR and APR-UTIL
development environments. If I could export APR and APR-UTIL from apache
then that would mean one less package required for subversion.
I was able to build APR as a separate package, but I've not figured out
how to do that with APR-UTIL.
Just trying to examine all the options. I could build it in to subversion
if I have to but that seems icky from a package management point of view,
unless I have no other choice.
Anyone have any ideas?
- David Summers
On 1 Feb 2002, Karl Fogel wrote:
> David Summers <email@example.com> writes:
> > APR-UTIL package is now required by Subversion, is there any way to build
> > it separately from Apache or Subversion? It doesn't have hardly any docs
> > (docs directory is empty! :-) so I'm not sure how to proceed at the
> > moment.
> > I was just building APR-UTIL as part of the apache package, maybe I should
> > modify that package to export the APR development environment?
> I just put it in my tree, as directed by configure, and did everything
> else the same way I used to, and it worked.
> I think we're not actually using anything in apr_util today, but by
> this time tomorrow I'll bet we are. :-)
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