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Re: RedHat RPMs and Apache 2.0.48 (was Re: Subversion 0.33.1 released)

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-12-10 19:14:37 CET

David Summers <david@summersoft.fay.ar.us> writes:

> On Wed, 10 Dec 2003, Steve Williams wrote:
>> David, is there any progress on RH9.0 RPMs and Apache 2.0.48?
> No, not yet, sorry. The next thing I'm going to try (but don't really
> expect to work) is to try APR/APR-UTIL 0.9.4 with the latest code. I
> predict that it won't work because I think apache 2.0.48 and/or subversion
> need the 0.9.5 code.

Wow! I'm amazed nobody has yet built Apache 2.0.48 RPMs for RH9. I
didn't realise it was so hard.

>> > RPMS will be released as soon as I can get Apache 2.0.48 RPM to compile
>> > and build. So far, I've tried several different ideas for getting it to
>> > compile and no luck so far. Currently it is giving a "sed: unterminated s
>> > command" error during the build.

I don't have a RedHat system, but I've seen that error in a few other
places. If you have the CDPATH environment variable set, then some
shells produce output when you cd and that confuses configure.
Similarly if some other utility produces unexpected output, or an
error message, it can confuse configure. If you are using an unusal
shell it might simply be truncating long lines. If there is some
dodgy shell quoting around autoconf's use of @ as a delimiter can get
mixed with $ and the shell will erroneously expand $@.

Philip Martin
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