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WITHOUT_THEADS frustration....

From: Jeff Hinrichs <jeffh_at_delasco.com>
Date: 2004-04-26 23:24:39 CEST

First off, let me preface by saying that I really like subversion. I've
been using it since .17 or so. However, I'm frustrated by the
requirements of building apr without_threads.

Can someone point me to a ref on why without_threads was chosen? It seems
counter to Apache2 and what it is trying to accomplish. The frustration
comes from trying to run more than a subversion repository on a machine,
for instance, mod_python 3.1.3. mod_python is suppose to use threads but
you can't compile subversion/svnserve with threading enabled. You can't
have two version s of apr sitting around either. I feel so idiotic
because I can't get this figured out.

Can anyone point me to docs/reference on how to get svnserve and
apache2/mod_python on the same machine? Or confirm that it is not
possible to run apache2/mod_python on the same box as a subversion repos.
Can I statically link subversion and would this solve my problem?


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