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Re: A new look at the apr_off_t problem

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-01-23 23:29:38 CET

Greg Hudson <ghudson@MIT.EDU> writes:
> > Also, there is a workaround, albeit a clumsy one: you could recompile
> > your APR (and all its dependencies) to match Perl.
> This is a workaround for the user who builds everything from source, but
> it's not a workaround for binary packagers like Red Hat. Shipping an
> APR which matches perl would be compounding Perl's mistake tenfold.
> So, really, no, there is no workaround.

I wasn't saying this was a workaround for binary packagers -- clearly
it's not, no one should ship such a build, except to a carefully
controlled environment where they know what they're doing and why.

But if I build from source, or can build from source, and my APR
dependencies are (say) just Apache and Subversion, that's well within
the realm of rebuildability.

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