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Re: why is no == yes (apache)

From: tekHedd <tekhedd_at_byteheaven.net>
Date: 2005-04-07 04:55:13 CEST

Mage wrote:
>>I believe the answer to that question is: Because Subversion itself
>>depends on APR to work. Regardless of if you are going to use it with
>>Apache HTTPD or not.
> It might be right, however I used subversion 1.1.1 and 1.1.3 without apr
> and apr-utils installed (on Gentoo).
> Subversion 1.1.3-r1 started to depend on apr.

I noticed this too. It seems that the gentoo package always builds all
clients and servers. You could add an enhancment request, or/and hack
the ebuild and submit at patch. (It shouldn't be all that difficult,
just add a use flag and some conditional options to the script?)

It doesn't bother me, because I need apache2 for development. But it is
odd. :)


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