Richard PALO <richard%netbsd.org@localhost> writes: > Le 05/09/15 16:10, Adam Ciarcinski a écrit : >> Module Name: pkgsrc >> Committed By: adam >> Date: Sat Sep 5 14:10:59 UTC 2015 >> >> Modified Files: >> pkgsrc/devel/subversion: Makefile Makefile.version distinfo >> pkgsrc/devel/subversion/files: build-outputs.mk >> >> Log Message: >> Changes 1.9.1: > > > Not being apache minded, any idea how to fix the fallout in ap2-subversion?: -- checking for apr_memcache_create in -laprutil-1... yes -- checking for Apache module support via DSO through APXS... found at /opt/local/bin/apxs -- checking httpd version... recent enough -- checking mod_dav version... acceptable -- checking whether Apache version is compatible with APR version... no -- configure: error: Apache version 2.4.16 incompatible with APR version 1.5.2 -- *** Error code 1 Does the previous subversion version build with apache 2.4? As I understand it, there was apr0, used with apache 1.3, and apr1, used with apache 2.0 and up. Or mabe 2.0 could use either. Subversion could be built with either, at least earlier, and this was necessary in order to be able to build the apache module for either 1.3, 2.0 or 2.2. The Makefiles for apache22 and apache24 both include devel/apr and seem to depend on >= 1.5. So it looks like a buggy check for apr version in svn 1.9.1. I am curious what Adam thinks.
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