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Subversion 1.3.0, mod_dav_svn and and all bindings for Ubuntu Breezy Badger

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2006-01-14 20:24:38 CET

Subversion 1.3.0 binary packages for Ubuntu Breezy Badger 5.10 on i386 are now available.

These packages include the command line client, mod_dav_svn and the Ruby, Java, Python and Perl bindings.

The Subversion packages are backports of the Debian Subversion 1.3.0 packages. Additionally, there are backported libapr0 and apache2 2.0.55 packages
built off of Apache 2.0.55 since Subversion requires APR 0.9.7, which is packaged and built from Apache 2.0.55, not 2.0.54.

The following Apache2 related packages are available:

apache2
apache2-common
apache2-doc
apache2-mpm-perchild
apache2-mpm-prefork
apache2-mpm-worker
apache2-prefork-dev
apache2-threaded-dev
apache2-utils
libapr0
libapr0-dev

The following Subversion packages are available:

libapache2-svn
libsvn-core-perl
libsvn-javahl
libsvn-ruby1.8
libsvn-ruby
libsvn0
libsvn0-dev
python2.4-subversion
subversion
subversion-tools

*** Berkeley DB Change ***

Along with the upgrade of Apache to 2.0.55, the libapr0 and apache2 packages are now linked with Berkeley DB 4.3, which is an upgrade from Berkeley DB
4.2 that the Breezy Badger's packages link with. This change was made in the Debian upstream packages and I decided not to back down to 4.2 for
several reasons: 1) When you upgrade to Dapper Drake, you'll have already made the switch to 4.3; 2) It's easier to maintain backports from Debian
with fewer changes to the source packages.

Please see this URL on upgrading your repositories if they are using the Berkeley DB backend.

http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#bdb43-upgrade

*** Important Installation Note ***

The archive containing these packages also contain a number of other packages as backports, so if you're not careful, you may pick them up if you
don't want to, although there are some good packages :) For this reason, I recommend not running an 'apt-get dist-upgrade' as you may pick up a large
number of packages you didn't mean to.

*** Another Important Installation Note ***

All of my packages have the name 'zajac' in them so it's easy to distinguish the packages you picked up from this repository by running:

$ dpkg -l | grep zajac

*** Finally, How To Install ***

Add to the top of your

/etc/apt/sources.list

the following two lines:

deb http://www-devel.orcaware.com/packages/ubuntu/ breezy/
deb-src http://www-devel.orcaware.com/packages/ubuntu/ breezy/

Then run

$ apt-get update

Finally,

$ apt-get install subversion

If you want any of the other packages listed above installed, just add them to the 'apt-get install' line.

Regards,
Blair

-- 
Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
<blair@orcaware.com>
Subversion training and consulting
http://www.orcaware.com/svn/
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