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Re: what causes "File exists: file not found"?

From: Greg Stein <gstein_at_lyra.org>
Date: 2002-09-04 22:38:27 CEST

On Wed, Sep 04, 2002 at 03:33:54PM +0200, Joachim Hofer wrote:
>...
> |>I am trying to get Subversion to run on SuSE-Linux. I am using Apache
> |>2.0.40 and Subversion 0.14.2. I also tried substituting the apr and
> |>apr-util libraries of Apache with those of Subversion (as those seemed
> |>newer), but to no avail. - I am by no means a linux expert,
> |>unfortunately, so I don't know much about any magic library conflicts
> |>that may happen...
> |
> | Have you tried using the latest CVS versions of apache, apr, and
> | apr-util?
>
> No I haven't. I have downloaded the "2.0.40" tarball. I can try this
> next, though.

The 2.0.40 tarball doesn't work for Subversion. The error codes in APR
changed a little while ago, and those are not incorporated into 2.0.40.
Thus, you end up with a mismatch of error codes between Apache and
Subversion (since the latter is built against a newer APR).

In essence, Subversion requires Apache 2.0.41-dev or later (-dev means that
it is between .40 and .41). Subversion also requires APR 0.9.1-dev or later
(the CVS version).

We have not (yet) put these requirements into our buildcheck or
configuration process, but will shortly. Now that APR is actually getting
versioned, then we can start relying on using those numbers to specify
minimum requirements.

And yes: I know this is the exact cause of the problem because it frustrated
me for about four hours over the weekend...

Cheers,
-g

-- 
Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/
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