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Re: Whence go APR patches?

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2002-09-22 06:12:35 CEST

On Saturday, September 21, 2002, at 01:30 AM, Kean Johnston wrote:

> Good evening,
> I am in the process of porting SVN to SCO OpenServer and UnixWare.
> For both OSes there are changes required to get APR to build correctly.
> To whom should I submit these patches? Here or to Apache directly?

they should be sent to the APR development list at dev@apr.apache.org.

> Also, another question and please forgive me if this is a FAQ or even
> just plain stupid, but does SVN *require* httpd 2.0.42 or would it
> work on a 1.3.26 server with mod_dav?

oh, the requirement of httpd 2.0.42 is quite real. and yes, this is an
FAQ, although i don't know if it's on the list ;-) apache 2 and apache
1.3 are quite different beasts, and svn was built to work with apache 2.

good luck with your porting, i'm sure the APR guys will welcome the


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