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Encap packages and an ugly apr-utils/iconv hack

From: Daniel Clark <dclark_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2006-09-29 20:02:03 CEST

I'm working on some encaps [1] of subversion-1.4.0 [2]; so far I've
compiled successfully on several GNU/Linux platforms and AIX 5.3.

I am trying to make the package completely stand-alone; to do this I
had to do some really ugly hacks to the apr-util included in
subversion-deps-1.4.0; see [3] for the patches. It seems like
"--without-iconv" doesn't work. Is there a less ugly method of
compiling without an iconv dependency? Should I file a bug somewhere?

Is it possible to "build in" Berkeley DB support (like neon, apr, and
apr-util), or is that always an external dependency?

Once I get encaps built and tested on a large number of platfoms,
would there be an interest in putting a link to the binary packages /
profiles on the Subversion Packages [4] page?

At the moment there doesn't seem to be any AIX packages listed (except
sort of pkgsrc, but that requires a lot more setup than encap), and
they could also be useful on GNU/Linux platforms without the most
recent release (i.e. Debian Sarge). I even made a little logo [5] :-)

[1] Encap: Uniform Multiplatform Package Management

[2] Subversion 1.4.0 encap profile

[3] Subversion Deps 1.4.0 encap profile

[4] Subversion Packages

[5] Encap Logo


Daniel Joseph Barnhart Clark
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