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APR_ICONV_PATH env variable on Windows and other apr-iconv apps

From: Curt Arnold <carnold_at_apache.org>
Date: 2005-03-12 05:49:56 CET

It appears that the Subversion installer sets the APR_ICONV_PATH
environment variable which causes other apps using apr-iconv to use (at
least under some conditions) Subversion's collection of encoding
descriptions. I just encountered the issue while starting to
incorporate apr-iconv into log4cxx and was getting an access violation
within Subversion's _tbl_simple.so. I haven't been able to track down
exactly what blew up yet.

I was curious what motivated setting APR_ICONV_PATH and if there might
be a way to eliminate the need to do that.

Also, anything unusual with the modules provided with the Windows
Subversion distribution? They appear to be release VC 6 using MSVCRT.
Can't tell what apr-iconv build that was in use.

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