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Re: building with external APR

From: Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>
Date: 2003-04-06 21:02:50 CEST

--On Wednesday, April 2, 2003 8:33 PM +0300 Jani Monoses <jani@iv.ro> wrote:

> Hi
> I have come across some building issues and I don't know whether they
> are result of omissions or something else.
> I tried to build svn with apr and apr-util 0.9.2 preinstalled i.e
> without copying them in the src
> 1)apr by default installs in /usr/local/apr
> 2)apr-util by default does not search there for it and needs a
> --with-apr option .I think this is an oversight in the apr-utils
> configure and implicitely in the find-apr script which is used to generate
> parts of it.

No, it's a conscious decision. If the --with-apr option is not specified, it
will look for a bundled source directory first, then look in the 'normal'
directories for a pre-installed copy.

This is to prevent problems with people compiling new versions of httpd/SVN
with newer bundled apr/apr-util than what they have installed. If we didn't
give precedent to the bundled versions, we'd use the pre-installed versions
which isn't what people want. If you deleted the bundled directory in your
SVN or whatnot, it'd force the use of the installed copy or fail. -- justin

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