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Re: Compiling complete system

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-01-15 20:55:46 CET

Buddy Burden wrote:
> 1) Am I on the right track here?

Not in my opinion; you are making things complicated for no good reason. Once
you build and install Apache 2.0.48 and Berkeley 4.2.52, you shouldn't have any
need to do anything when upgrading Subversion. You may as well install those in
their default locations ( /usr/local/apache2 and /usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.2

> 2) Is there another online resource for this I haven't stumbled upon?
> 3) Are all those arguments to configure really necessary? (e.g.
> --enable-compat185 for DB) Any important ones I'm missing?

For Berkeley, you don't need any commandline options at all (unless you still
want to change the prefix).

> 4) What _is_ the deal with APR and APR-util anyway? Should I be using the
> one that comes with Apache (2.0.48) or the one that comes with Subversion?

The APR/APRUTIL which come with Apache 2.0.48 work just fine. See my earlier
posting to "Travis" for the way I build everything in order.



John Peacock
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