Subject: [PATCH] devel/apr* www/apache2* revamp
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.org>
From: Eric Gillespie <epg@NetBSD.org>
Date: 01/23/2007 19:42:59
When i split devel/apr out of www/apache2, the situation where it
builds from the apache2 distfile was meant to be temporary. At
the time, apr had no release cycle of its own yet, being
pre-release software. When it did start releasing, the policy
for the apache 2.0.x line was to ship its own apr which did not
necessarily match the apr 0.9.x releases.
This problem has never existed for the 2.2.x line, and therefore
there is no need to continue this hack. So, i have renamed
devel/apr to devel/apr0, updated devel/apr to 1.2.8, and created
I have dropped the devel/apr1 patches; patch-an and patch-ao are
redundant to the --with-devrandom=/dev/urandom option in
CONFIGURE_ARGS; patch-ap and patch-aq are unneeded changes to
config.layout files. devel/apr1 can now be removed.
In addition to the changes to devel/rapidsvn,
parallel/ganglia-monitor-core, and security/hydra, i tested
ap2-python with apache2 and apache22.
You can find the updated packages here:
or extracted here:
apache-apr.diff is the diff against existing files.
If no one objects, i'll commit these changes tomorrow.
This tree also contains a new package serf and subversion
packages (updated for 1.4.3, configurable to build with
apr/apache22, and configurable to use serf instead of neon (as
will likely become the default in 1.5)). I will not be
committing these changes until 1.4.3 is released; for now, i will
simply be changing them to use apr0.
Eric Gillespie <*> epg@NetBSD.org