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Re: HEAD problems with Apache, and a request for changing the build instructions

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2002-04-14 23:36:44 CEST

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On Sun April 14 2002 13:12, you wrote:
> As to whether it should be depended on, well, it shouldn't be. It is not a

I should have been more clear: by "depend on", I meant "associated with", not
"reliant on". What I'm trying to get at is that, if the only reference to
this software is buried in the list archives, very few people are going to be
able to benefit from it.

> There is a target for update builds called "upbuild", and as I said you can
> get rid of shared libraries if you want to take the chance of breaking your
> client. However, doing a complete build of absolutely everything from

Yeah, only you have to break your client to upgrade subversion anyway. The
instructions tell you to remove any existing old libraries. I have a script
that just moves the various libs elsewhere, where they aren't a problem but
can be restored if need be. It doesn't seem to help much on the server
usually, but it's saved me on the client side.

- -- SER
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