Jens Rehsack <rehsack%googlemail.com@localhost> writes: > Greg Troxel wrote: >> On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 2:20 AM, Greg Troxel <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost> >> wrote: >> > I have committed an update to subversion 1.6.2 prepared by Jens. There >> > may be some trouble (probably not in packaging - but in 1.6 itself), so >> > I advise people to tread carefully, especially on servers. Please let >> > me and Jens know of any trouble. >> >> I think now it is no longer possible to install subversion and Apache >> 2.0 together, right? >> >> subversion now forces the installation of devel/apr (apr-1.3.3), but >> www/apache2 still needs devel/apr0. The option to compile subversion >> without apr1 is gone. Or am I missing something? >> >> Yes, that's what it does now. I thought that this was a change in svn >> 1.6.x to require only apr1, but now I'm not sure. >> >> Perhaps Jens can explain, or you could pull back the apr1 option from >> the previous package and try that. I'll have a look as well. > > subversion notes in it's INSTALL documentation, that apr-util is required. > >> Subversion also depends on the following third-party libraries: >> * libapr and libapr-util (REQUIRED for client and server) > > They don't talk about apr0 and AFAIK apr-util requires apr>=1.3.0. > > Maybe the subversion developers list can say more - but I'd suggest to keep > out apr0 support. Well, I just added back because the release notes don't say that apr0 was dropped. I did a test build of subversion with apr1 and that was fine, and now I'm going to check java-subversion and try with apr0. It is surprising to me that svn would withdraw support for apr0 since it seems apr0 is needed for apache2 and apache13. But maybe I am confused, or maybe they really did.
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