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Re: SVN install on Fedora Core?

From: John Pybus <john.pybus_at_zoology.oxford.ac.uk>
Date: 2004-03-23 13:37:17 CET

Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> ok, to bring this thread back to some technical issues, as i read the
> above, subversion-1.0.1 *requires* apr-0.9.5, is that what you're saying?

I'm just quoting the documentation. I've only ever installed subversion
either from summersoft rpms, or from source in which case I get the code
from svn/CVS repositories.

> if that's true, then i'm confused by the mirror.hiwaay.net repo referred
> to earlier, which contains a subversion-1.0.1-1.i386.rpm, and yet that
> same repo contains only the apr 0.9.4 rpms. how is this possible?
> i haven't tried to install off of that repo, so i'm interested in anyone
> else's experience. is apr-0.9.5 a true dependency or not? the hiwaay
> repo seems to suggest not, so now i'm truly confused. but that's mostly
> because there's only decaf around here this morning.

Redhat tend to release heavily patched versions of important system
components, often backporting functionality. I have no idea what
they've done to httpd, apr-0.9.4 and subversion-1.0.1 in their FC2
candidates; you could have a browse of the SRPMs.


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