subversion broken with apache2 now in ports

Sean McNeil sean at
Mon Aug 2 11:10:37 PDT 2004

On Mon, 2004-08-02 at 11:02, Lev Serebryakov wrote:
> Hello Sean,
> Monday, August 2, 2004, 8:29:12 PM, you wrote:
> SM> I'm sorry, it is  I improperly recalled seeing a message
> SM> about webdav or somesuch.  That must have been another problem that was
> SM> my fault.  Does this mean I can remove the /etc/ that has
> SM> /usr/local/lib/apache2 in it and svn will still work?
>  If subversion was builded with WITH_APACHE_APR (or WITH_MOD_WEBDAV), answer is 'NO'. And it is current problem.
>   Subversion ALWAYS uses libapr, and if it uses apache2's one, here are problem, intorduced by apache2's maintainer, when he decided to put `libapr' from apache not to ${PREFIX}/lib.

OK, thanks.  Then I'm right back where we started and I consider this
broken.  There is no documentation, pkg-message or anything stating to
add /usr/local/lib/apache2 to  I think it was a big
mistake to place shared apache libs in a subdirectory.

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