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Building mod_dav_svn under Windows

From: Daniel Gehriger <bulk_at_linkcad.com>
Date: 2003-05-20 22:45:08 CEST


I'm giving up... I have been trying to compile and get running mod_dav_svn
for an entire day, without success.

I need to compile SVN, because I want to use BDB 4.1. I found that compiling
SVN against this version gets rid of the crashes that occur in the DB
library when using the Python bindings (yes, I managed to build these). Now
everything works, except for mod_dav_svn:

I first tried to get a VisualC++ project file by running "gen-make.py -t
dsp" but for some reason it creates only all other project files... So I
created a normal DLL project myself, and compiled mod_dav_svn. It evens
works, except that it crashes, because "global_pool" is NULL. And this, of
course, happens because I somehow don't import / share this symbol with

So, please, can anybody tell me how I can compile mod_dav_svn ? What are the
preprocessor defines, and what libraries do I have to link against ?



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