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Re: Where is Berkeley DB 4.2?

From: Mike Melanson <mike_at_multimedia.cx>
Date: 2005-04-03 16:55:20 CEST

Jani Averbach wrote:
>> Subversion does not get along with Berkeley DB 4.3.
> What do you mean? It should work with SVN 1.1.2 and later. If you have
> upgraded your BDB environment, you should do svnadmin dump with your
> old BDB, and create a new reporisitory & svnadmin load with the new
> one.

        I installed 4.3 on a machine with no BDB to begin with. Then I tried to
configure SVN (and I want a server). SVN configure (actually, APR
configure) could not find the 4.3 directory. It looked for the 4.2, 4.1,
and 4.0. When I explicitly specified the 4.3 directory, it did not find
what it was looking for (4.2 libraries, for example).

        And since it takes this computer about 1/2 hour to reach that point in
the configure script, I can not effectively troubleshoot it. Further, I
found documention on the SVN site about how APR has not been updated to
support 4.3.

> http://www.sleepycat.com/ -> Products
> http://www.sleepycat.com/download/index.shtml
> Product: Berkeley DB
> Version: 4.2.52

        Ah, found it (and all of its patches). Thanks. I will see if this works
for me.

	-Mike Melanson
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