[CentOS-devel] Re: I needed SVN Subversion 1.4 or greater on my centos server
rubin at xs4all.nl
Thu Jan 4 19:47:26 UTC 2007
Well, as I said, it works for *me*. I haven't extensively tested the
effects of the httpd update because I don't have the means to do so. I
just really needed an up-to-date svn.
I tend to update my packages when there is a security issue that needs
to be fixed in one of the apps that I (re)packaged.
I haven't encountered strangeness with the newer apr in combination with
other packages in the main repos that depend on it. Again, this is not
The reason I posted is because someone seems to need a newer svn and I
thought my small contribution could save him/her some work. If someone
would be (rightfully so) concerned with replacing a package, he/she
could always download the srpm(s) and deal with it as a local
customization to the distro.
Karanbir Singh wrote:
> Rubin wrote:
>> I have a Centos repository for various security tools and needed a newer
>> svn too (and a newer Ruby for Rails but thats another story). I have svn
>> 1.4.2 and apr 1.2.7 in my repo. To get this to work properly i had to
>> rebuild httpd too (which is a backport of the 2.2.3 in fc6).
> does this work with everything else that depends on httpd as well ? eg.
> php mod_python etc ?
> what about all the other files that depend on apr ? Also, what is your
> security fix policy for packages in that repo ?
> I hope you make it quite clear that those packages will overwrite
> portions of the distro, and therefore, people loose the security /
> bugfix track from upstream.
> - KB
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