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Updating docs, WAS: RE: HEAD problems with Apache, and a request for changing the build instructions

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-04-14 10:23:05 CEST


> From: Karl Fogel [mailto:kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net]
> Sent: 14 April 2002 02:52

> "Sander Striker" <striker@apache.org> writes:
>> Ok, maybe I could have put it a bit more polite. Just snap the first part
>> of and see the part about trying to keep HEAD stable. We have warning
>> signs in our 'minefield' all over the place and reasonable (I've seen
>> a lot worse, especially for pre-alpha projects) installation documentation.
> Completely agree with you there -- for the most part, we keep HEAD so
> stable that even a user wanting to get real work done (in spite of the
> warnings) would be better off with HEAD than with a tarball release.

Exactly ;) Also HEAD is likely to contain bugfixes for problems encountered
in a tarball, as we only (tag and) roll on milestones.
>> PS. Getting some sleep. Hopefully that will help me turn back into the
>> patient helpfull guy I once was ;)
> Been there myself. :-)

Ok, got my sleep :)

I now would like to know what the common problem is people run into.
From what I heard it is old installed stuff on their systems. Or stale
stuff in their build dirs(?).

If I get some feedback on this I can update the docs to say that one
should clean up all old installed versions of apr/apr-util/ etc.
And maybe suggest to run make clean.

Feedback please.


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