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building subversion from tar ball

From: Tena Sakai <tsakai_at_gallo.ucsf.edu>
Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 20:19:24 -0700

Hi folks,

As I understand, the apache httpd uses different
versions of apr. The subversion install guide I
am looking at tells me that httpd 2.0 uses apr 0.9.x
and httpd 2.2 uses apr 1.2.x.

As I build subversion from tar ball, here's the
complaint I get from running configure script:
 checking httpd version... recent enough
 checking whether Apache version is compatible with APR version... no
 configure: error: Apache version incompatible with APR version

Question #1:
How would I find out which version of httpd I am

Question #2:
In terms of running configure script, how would I
tell I want apr 0.9.x be used (instead of 1.2.x)?
Ie., how would I ask:
 $ ./configure --please-use-apr-0.9.x

Thank you in advance.


Tena Sakai


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