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From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2002-02-28 22:12:33 CET

Hi all:

I'm new to subversion and very excited about it.

My Subversion test/learning box is running SuSE 7.3.
I have Apache 2.0.32 up and running with ssl. All seems well there so
far. (I've never run 2.0 before.)

I read through the install and proceeded to bootstrap with r1302. All
went well.
Then I did a check out and grabbed the latest code. I also grabbed apr
stuff from cvs. and neon 19.2
I had a little problem with building apr under my new tree. I did
something wrong I forget what. But I got past it with a little

Here's where I'm reaching an impass:

I noticed that the INSTALL file recommends building static for clients
and dynamic for server.
So I attempted to do what is suggested under "C. Building under Unix in
Different Directories".
I created a svrObj and a clntObj directory.
I did the configure and a static build with ssl under clntObj. I didn't
do a make install. I then used the new 'svn' binary to update and did
another make. Cool. (I wanted to pick up the dup-string change)
Next, I tried to build a dynamic version for installing a server.
I did the configure and a dynamic build with ssl under svrObj. Cool.
I try a make install. Buurrp. It can't find apr.exp. I found it under
the source directory so I copy it under my svrObj.
Still can't find it. It appears to delete it.

At this point I'm asking for advice as to the best way to proceed.
Should I use the apr version built under Apache2?
If not, will using a different version of the apr for Apache and
subversion builds cause me problems?
If not, is this an install bug that I should attempt to research? Or am
I simply using the build system incorrectly?

Glenn Thompson

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