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Re: Trying to build without apache

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-01-11 21:31:30 CET

On Jan 11, 2007, at 08:32, Andreas Ericsson wrote:

> Scratch this. Skipping over the first part of INSTALL wasn't a very
> clever move (although I'm quite baffled that apache software is
> needed to build anything at all inside the SVN source dir). Sorry
> for the noise.

The Apache Software Foundation creates software other than the Apache
web server. Subversion *requires* the Apache Portable Runtime
software in order to be portable to many different operating systems
(--with-apr and --with-apr-utl). Subversion can also *optionally*
make a module for use with the Apache web server (--with-apxs). The
Apache web server and the Apache Portable Runtime should not be
confused with one another and are not related to one another, other
than that they are made by the same organization, and that the one
(the web server) happens to make use of the other (the portable
runtime).

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