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Re: RedHat RPMS updated to Subversion ALPHA

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2002-07-25 14:13:40 CEST

On 25 Jul 2002, Féliciano Matias wrote:

> Le jeu 25/07/2002 à 07:34, David Summers a écrit :
> >
> > For people who don't like to compile from source code or for people who
> > need fast installs, I'm pleased to announce I've updated my RPMS for
> > RedHat Linux 7.2 and 7.3 (I've only tested on these platforms, they may
> > work on 7.X). You can access these via the normal downloads
> > page at the http://subversion.tigris.org URL.
> >
> > The apache-2.0.40 packages install in the /usr/local/apache2 directory and
> > does not interact with the regular RedHat apache-1.3.X packages so you can
> > run both versions of apache concurrently (great for "production" servers).
> >
> All of this to say that a users that dont want/need apache2 or have
> apache 1.3 can build/install Subversion rpm packages without installing
> apache 2:
> - build httpd packages.
> - installe ONLY httpd-libapr*
> - build/install neon
> - build/install db4
> - build/install subversion with HAVE_APACHE_2 undefined.
> I think there are some people that don't install Subversion because they
> don't wan't to deal with two apache version in their RedHat/Mdk/Suse
> box.

Good point. Thanks, I forgot to mention that to people.

You don't HAVE to install the apache server with my subversion RPMS if you
are just interested in using the client. If you just want to use the
client then you just need the apache-libapr* packages and don't need to
install the apache or apache-manual packages. I'll include that
information in the README the next time I make some changes.

   Thanks for the feedback!

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