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Re: Mac OS X server version: Any Luck?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-02 00:08:18 CEST

Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz@apache.org> writes:

> On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 03:46:20PM -0600, Andy wrote:
> > Has anyone been able to compile subversion-r1682 for "Mac OS X 10.1.2
> > Server" as a server. I have apache 2 configured with DSO support and
> > all modules loading as a DSO. Apache is also compiled with ssl
> > support. I installed my own neon 0.19.3 as a dynamic and static
> > library. I updated apr and apr-util using cvs to the newest versions
> > in the subversion source tree. When I ran "sh autogen.sh" everything
> > completed smoothly. I get the following error when linking:
> You are using HEAD of apr and apr-util against a snapshot of
> SVN. You need to update both httpd and SVN to their HEADs.
> At this point, tarballs (such as -r1682+) are only meant to
> bootstrap. You build a client, then update the sources to
> the most recent version and then recompile. -- justin

Pretty please folks, read the screaming giant yellow-and-red message
at the top of the tarball-downloads page:

   WARNING: The tarballs below are posted so you can check out the
   LATEST version of Subversion. They are NOT meant to be installed
   and used casually on your system. The tarballs will NOT work when
   compiled against arbitrary versions of httpd or apr. Subversion is
   still developing rapidly, and as a rule -- until Subversion hits
   Alpha or Beta -- the HEAD of Subversion is defined to compile
   against the HEAD of httpd and apr; any other combination of
   packages may not work. Please don't ask for help unless you're
   using the latest versions of everything.

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