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Re: subversion 1.5 in a new location

From: Jeremy Whitlock <jcscoobyrs_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2008 09:32:24 -0600

> I'm relatively inexperienced at this, so please forgive me if this is dumb
> question... I used the Mac OSX binaries to install subversion 1.5, which put
> the new version under a different prefix than the old: /opt/subversion/ vs
> the native location of /usr/local/. My apache mod_authz_svn and mod_dav_svn
> now point to the wrong locations, naturally, and I'm wondering if there is a
> way to correct this without re-compiling apache altogether. Any commands
> that can be run, or something of that sort?

The installer you speak of installs to /opt/subversion but does so in
a way to not step on existing installations, like the 1.4.4 version
that comes with Leopard. This means that the installer will not
update the PATH environment variable, to make it where the new version
is the default version used, and it also will not migrate any existing
systems (Apache, Perl, Python and Ruby) using Subversion to use the
new version. To use the new version of Subversion with your
previously installed Apache 2.2.x, all you have to do is update the
Apache configuration file to load the libraries in
/opt/subversion/lib/svn-apache instead of the previous location.
There should be no need to recompile anything. It should just work.ô
Let me know how things turn out.

Take care,

Jeremy

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