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Re: Multiple APR versions are a problem?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-04-03 21:39:06 CEST

Ben Reser wrote:
>>heard of _any_ problem with 4.2.
> Typo. I meant 4.1.

That makes me feel better. ;~)

> I'm hesitent to put out bdb 4.2 packages because Mandrake hasn't
> upgraded even in cooker. I really don't know what their reasoning is.
> But I have to keep my packages building on cooker. I'm not really in a
> position where I get to decide what bdb version they have.

That's the basic problem with building RPM's in parallel to a distro; even the
most radical distro's are very conservative about updating packages. Perhaps if
you reminded the Mandrake cooker drivers that BDB4.1 will cause corruption with
Subversion, you can get a ruling on adding a parallel BDB4.2 RPM. After all, if
they intend to release Subversion in the mainline, they should get the
recommended BDB into Cooker as soon as possible...


John Peacock
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