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RE: Subversion on Red Hat Null

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-09-11 20:56:23 CEST

> From: Tim Moloney [mailto:moloney@mrsl.com]
> Sent: 11 September 2002 16:49

> Last night, I was playing around with the Red Hat Null beta release and
> found a few things that others may be interested in.
> - Null includes zlib 1.1.4
> - Null includes db 4.0.14
> - Null includes httpd 2.0.40
> What this means to me is that
> - I can get Subversion installed and working with *much* less effort
> - I should be able to run *one* httpd to do all that I need (PHP, MySQL,
> LDAP, Subversion) although I haven't fully tested this yet
> - It will be easier to create RPMs that lay in nicely with Red Hat's
> RPMs (not all RPMs install nicely due to dependencies, what files are
> in what RPMs, etc.)
> I should note a couple things.
> - I only did cursory testing. However, 'make check' and a simple
> repository create, import, and checkout worked flawlessly.
> - The httpd 2.0.41 RPMS that I made are based on the STRIKER_2_0_41_PRE1
> CVS tag. Sander said that today he will create a PRE2 and hopefully
> create an APACHE_2_0_41 tag on Saturday.

And he has ;). That is, I've tagged with STRIKER_2_0_41_PRE2 just yet.


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