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[PATCH] [DOCS] Troubleshooting svn-1.1.0 and Apache2 install on Windows

From: Clifford Caoile <piyokun_at_email.com>
Date: 2004-10-09 09:17:36 CEST


While installing Subversion on Windows (svn-1.1.0-setup.exe) onto Windows XP
Pro and allowing the installer to update Apache2 (2.0.50), my Apache2 did
not restart correct. Upon checking the various documentation, I came across
this important tidbit in section E.6 "Testing the Binaries" in the INSTALL

    If the server dso modules have been built then copy the dso files and
    dlls into the Apache modules directory.

    C:>copy Release\subversion\mod_dav_svn\mod_dav_svn.so
    C:>copy Release\subversion\mod_authz_svn\mod_authz_svn.so
    C:>copy svn-win32-%VER%\bin\intl.dll "%APACHEDIR%\bin"
    C:>copy svn-win32-%VER%\bin\iconv.dll "%APACHEDIR%\bin"
    C:>copy svn-win32-%VER%\bin\libdb42.dll "%APACHEDIR%\bin"
    C:>cd ..

This information is not written in the W32notes.txt file, so I explained it.
(Please see attached patch file. This patch file is public domain.)

However, what troubles me is that the iconv.dll is not present in the
Subversion on Windows install. Should it be present? However, just copying
intl.dll and libdb32.dll into apache2/bin directory allows the Apache2
process to restart. Please note that just copying libdb32.dll is incomplete.
I'm not sure if it is really working correctly, however.

(There is no corresponding issue in the bugs/issues database for this

Clifford Caoile

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Received on Sat Oct 9 09:18:36 2004

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