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Re: Core dump

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-07-26 00:22:30 CEST

Julian Fitzell <julian@beta4.com> writes:

> Hmm... just occurred to me, I didn't compile apache with debugging
> enabled because the problem was in the svn client, but that means apr
> and apr-util won't have debugging enabled... I was using in-tree apr
> and apr-util at one point but I can't remember if I was trying to gdb
> at the time... Ugh, I guess I can just put apr and apr-util back
> in-tree and try again?

Definitely. If you have a non-debuggy libapr/apr-util lying around
your /usr/local/apache2/libs/ area, then the svn client will link
against them... even if you have apr and apr-util in your source tree!
 (There's an issue filed on this.) That would explain your problem

Try moving your apache2 installation to a new name, and rebuild your
client with --enable-maintainer-mode --disable-shared

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