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Re: Source download with known-working dependency sources?

From: Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>
Date: 2005-09-01 18:16:20 CEST

--On September 1, 2005 12:20:08 PM +0200 Erik Huelsmann <ehuels@gmail.com>

> Ok. this issue came up while discussing the merits of ripping out neon
> and APR out of the source tree.
> I'm definitely not opposed to providing an archive which contains
> sources of our dependencies, but the question is: how do we maintain
> it and which dependencies do we include and which ones not?
> To include at a minimum:
> - APR [and APR-util]
> - Neon

I think these two are the only ones we need.

> Optional:
> - Zlib
> - OpenSSL (only by reference to the openssl site?)

As a data point, both Mac OS X and Solaris come with zlib and OpenSSL by
default now. They don't have Neon and/or APR in their 'basic' installs. (Mac
OS X Server and Solaris do optionally bundle httpd 2.0; so APR might be
somewhere, but that's not a given.)

zlib and OpenSSL are by and large optional to use Subversion; if you want that
functionality and are on a bare-bones OS without that, you can go deal with
it. (OpenSSL also has patent issues too.)

> - BDB (only by reference to the sleepycat site?)

You don't need BDB for a client.

> Possibly not: (?)
> - Apache2
> - libxml2 / expat (included in the APR source distro?)

Expat comes for free with APR.

> - gettext

I don't think its mandatory.

My $.02. -- justin

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