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RE: Installing Subversion

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-04-12 19:59:31 CEST

> From: sussman@collab.net [mailto:sussman@collab.net]
> Sent: 12 April 2002 19:06


> Peter Davis <pdavis152@attbi.com> writes:
> > Being just a little competent in C, I fetched the latest subversion sources
> > and patched in all the changes in the calls to apr_brigade_*(), which take
> > two arguments instead of one like before. But if people don't want to do
> > that by hand, it looks like it is no longer possible to build any current
> > released version of svn with the current apr.
> I deny that claim. :-)
> I just updated (just a half-hour ago!) my svn working copy (r1679),
> then updated the apr and apr-util trees as well. I then did a 'make
> clean' and completely rebuilt everything without a hitch.
> So the question is, what are we doing differently?
> Hm. Wait. I'm not building mod_dav_svn. Lemme see if I can
> reproduce.

I'm beginning to worry here. I update and rebuild regurlarly;
no problems 99% of the time.

People: don't try to create a subversion server from the tarballs
found in the download section. To create a server, first bootstrap
and get the _lastest_ subversion. Then, use httpd-2.0, apr and
apr-util HEAD to build your server. If the documentation isn't
clear on this, please point out where it should be improved.

Anyhow, bottom line: don't forget to bootstrap. Oh, and always
use the versions of apr/apr-util to match svn (check them out
on the same date for instance).

Hope this helps,


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Received on Fri Apr 12 19:53:34 2002

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