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Re: problem configuring subversion with db and apr

From: Ramanathan Muthaiah <rus.cahimb_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 03:48:40 CEST

> My question is, what does BerkeleyDB have to do with APR?
> Why would Subversion even care? Can someone please
> help me get past this issue?
> NB, I am trying to compile this initially without apache, but
> eventually, I want to compile it with apache also, so do I remove
> subversion, config+compile+install apache, then config+compile+install
> subversion? Or do I configure apache, config+compile+install subversion,
> then compile+install apache?

Any reasons why you opt for Berkeley DB over FSFS ?

APR is needed if you want your users to access the repos via browsers
i.e. http:// or https:// ; the latter scheme needs Neon library.

Yes, it is advised to complete with Apache before starting SVN installation.

For APR problem, have a look at :



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