I don't know if this helps, but I run Subversion on a Gentoo system, which
is constantly upgrading to newer versions of software. Gentoo does a really
good job of only marking stuff stable when it is actually stable. So if
Gentoo doesn't have openssl 1.1 in use, there's a really good reason.
This is what is currently "stable" on my Gentoo system running Subversion
(which is a few weeks old - minor updates might be available):
*Apache httpd 2.4.27
*Apache Serf(tm) 1.3.8
*APR iconv (not installed on my machine)
Specifically, in the case of openssl, I found this bug tracking all the
compatibility problems: https://bugs.gentoo.org/592438 . Seems like you
probably want to stay away from it.
On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 7:11 AM, Cooke, Mark <
> Is there any support for building svn with OpenSSL 1.1.0 yet? I did a
> search in the archives and only came up with Stefan's MaxSVN build which
> has so far excluded the update from 1.0.2  but that was back in February?
>  https://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2017-02/0145.shtml
> I managed to build httpd with apr 1.6.2 and OpenSSL 1.1.0g (using `
> cvtdsp.pl -ossl11`) but the subversion build has 113 errors and I am
> wondering if this is worth persevering with?
> If not, is the MaxSVN dependency list about the best recommendation?
> *Apache httpd 2.4.23 (.29)
> *Apache Serf(tm) 1.3.9
> *APR 1.5.2 (1.6.3)
> *APR-util 1.5.4 (1.6.1)
> *APR iconv 1.2.1 (1.2.2)
> *Expat 2.2.0 (2.2.5)
> *OpenSSL 1.0.2j (.2m)
> *PCRE 8.39 (8.41)
> *SQLite 3.15.1 (amalgamation) (3.21)
> *ZLib 1.2.8 (1.2.11)
> ...subject to security updates of course (brackets show latest version at
> time of writing)!
> ~ Mark C
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