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Re: Have APR libs but not apr-config

From: <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2003-01-26 22:40:55 CET

Garrett Rooney wrote:
 On Sunday, January 26, 2003, at 04:15 PM, Julian Foad wrote:
 
 Trying to build Subversion for the first time, I had trouble with the
 required libraries APR and NEON. Their library files are installed on
 my SuSE Linux 8.1 system, but without apr-config and neon-config
 files. Subversion's configure can't use them even if I specify
 --with-apr=/usr because it needs to see apr-config and neon-config.

 Are these SuSE packages wrong not to include ...-config?
 or ... Could Subversion build without the ...-config?

 I have worked around this for now by getting the source code from CVS
 instead.
 
 
 i have zero experience with SuSE, but i suspect there is likely a -dev
 version of the apr and neon packages, which contain the -config scripts
 (and the header files for that matter). subversion needs the scripts
 and the headers to build, neither of which seem to be installed on your
 system.

That makes sense. [Looking...] Yes, there is a neon-devel that has the
neon-config and headers. They don't supply an apr-devel though, but
then they don't supply an apr-util (or APU) package at all. Oh well ...
I expect they decided it is not enough in demand or something.

Thanks.

- Julian

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