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Re: Subversion on SuSE (9.1)

From: Bryan Dyck <bdyck_at_mac.com>
Date: 2004-07-27 19:59:02 CEST

On Jul 27, 2004, at 4:28 AM, Paul Puschmann wrote:

>does someone here run subversion on SuSE in a stable version?
>If yes, what versions of apache, libapr and subversion do you use?
>I tried subversion 1.0.5 from ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/people/poeml/ and
>had to go back to 1.0.0 (SuSE official version from DVD).
>I also tried The newest Apache2 (2.0.50) from the same source but that
>didn't help. Seems as if I have to move to a different Linux-Distro, so
>that I can be up2date without compiling svn on my own.

Hi Paul...

I am currently running Subversion 1.0.5, which I built from source, and I used the SuSE-installled versions of Apache and libapr:

Apache v2.0.49
libapr v2.0.49

I also used the SuSE-provided versions of BDB, libneon and libexpat, although they were all updated via YOU after I had installed them from the SuSE ftp site.

I had initially tried the RPM you linked to as well, but ditched it for some reason... I think it was due to not including any language bindings. I need both the Java and Python bindings, so I compiled Subversion myself. Subversion isn't too hard to build, in spite of SuSE's apparent penchant for sticking libraries in odd locations, but other than specifying some options to configure, it's dead easy.

If you like, drop me an email and I'll give you the configure options I used...


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