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Version Compatibility?

From: Paul Orchard <porchard_at_ttdirect.net>
Date: 2007-11-06 13:50:24 CET


I am building a server to run Subversion exclusively. I am building all
the required modules from source. I have compiled the following

Module Version
bdb 4.5.20
apr 1.2.8
apr-util 1.2.8
httpd 2.2.4
neon 0.26.3
python 2.5.1
swig 1.3.29
subversion 1.4.5

I have had a server running Subversion with the above versions for a few
months now. This server is not being used for production use yet, it is
still being tested. However, some of the versions used above are higher
that those specified by the Subversion documentation. For instance the
Subversion documentation specifies apr and apr-util versions of 0.9.x,
while I am using 1.2.x. and I have disabled the neon version check to
use 0.26.3.

Before you all scream "fool", as mentioned this is not being used for
production. However, I have had no problems with this server yet and so
I am very interested to know what versions are being commonly used in
production environments by everybody else? Does anybody know of any
specific reasons why these versions should not be used?

Many Thanks,

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