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Re: Trying to build svn 1.12.2 from tarball

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_apache.org>
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2019 15:25:44 +0200

On 04.09.2019 15:20, swdev wrote:
> I downloaded serf-1.3.9 and built it using
> scons APR=/home/jonny/subversion APU=/home/jonny/subversion
> ZLIB=/home/jonny/subversion OPENSSL=/home/jonny/subversion
> PREFIX=/home/jonny/subversion
> I then ran a scons check and got the following
> There were 14 failures:
> 1) test_ssl_trust_rootca: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but was
> <120199>
> 2) test_ssl_certificate_chain_with_anchor: test/test_util.c:456:
> expected <0> but was <120199>
> 3) test_ssl_certificate_chain_all_from_server: test/test_util.c:456:
> expected <0> but was <120199>
> 4) test_ssl_no_servercert_callback_allok: test/test_util.c:456:
> expected <0> but was <120170>
> 5) test_ssl_large_response: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but was
> <120170>
> 6) test_ssl_large_request: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but was
> <120170>
> 7) test_ssl_client_certificate: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but
> was <120170>
> 8) test_ssl_future_server_cert: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but
> was <120199>
> 9) test_setup_ssltunnel: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but was
> <120170>
> 10) test_ssltunnel_basic_auth: test/test_context.c:2138: expected <0>
> but was <120170>
> 11) test_ssltunnel_basic_auth_server_has_keepalive_off:
> test/test_context.c:2138: expected <0> but was <120170>
> 12) test_ssltunnel_basic_auth_proxy_has_keepalive_off:
> test/test_context.c:2138: expected <0> but was <120170>
> 13) test_ssltunnel_basic_auth_proxy_close_conn_on_200resp:
> test/test_context.c:2138: expected <0> but was <120170>
> 14) test_ssltunnel_digest_auth: test/test_util.c:456: expected <0> but
> was <120170>
>
> !!!FAILURES!!!
> Runs: 66 Passes: 52 Fails: 14
>
> So, some progress, but I am not sure if I should cary on sown this
> path, or should I use openssl-1.0.x and serf-1.3.8? or some other
> combination?

If you use Serf 1.3.x, then use the latest, 1.3.9, with the latest
OpenSSL 1.0.x.

It's perfectly safe to use the current code on the Serf 1.4.x branch
with OpenSSL 1.1.x. It hasn't been officially released but it's quite
stable and extensively tested on many platforms.

-- Brane
Received on 2019-09-04 15:25:46 CEST

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