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Re: subversion-0.29.0-6982 vs apache2-2.0.47-5mdk

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-09-16 19:21:26 CEST

Love to recompile if I could. I've tried. Repeatedly. Subversion 0.29 won't compile
on my Mandrake 9.1. Any assisitance would be greatly appreciated. Tell me what I
need to show you and we'll go from there.

Shamim Islam

Garrett Rooney (rooneg@electricjellyfish.net) wrote:
>Files wrote:
>> I suspect I would be able to access the repositories from db4.1.
>> The problem is that mod_dav_svn is compiled against libdb4.0. Apache is compiled
>> against libdb4.0. So since, apache loads mod_dav_svn, and since libdb4.1 is
>> loaded, libdb4.0 can't be loaded.
>> The error I am getting is from subversion that complains that it is expecting
>> 14.
>> Would thing work ok, if the warning was turned off???
>> I mean, to rephrase the question below, doesn't lidb4.1 do everything lidb4.0
>> Why *shouldn't* subversion's mod_dav_svn work under libdb4.1 even if it was
>> against libdb4.0.
>> Is the error I am getting, simply a version check error?
>Because it doesn't. It's just the way Berkeley DB works. The db
>formats are incompatable (you can upgrade a version 4.0 db to work with
>4.1 though), and the API/ABI is different. If you build with one
>version you must run with that same version. That's just the way things
>are. The check is there for a reason. Recompile with consistent BDB
>versions and move on with your life.

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