[CentOS] Upgrading subversion
dag at wieers.com
Sun Nov 19 00:02:43 UTC 2006
On Fri, 17 Nov 2006, Paul Heinlein wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Nov 2006, Ronan Lucio wrote:
> > Id like to install subversion system in our server (CentOS-4.4)
> > up2date has the subversion-1.1.4-2, but subversion is already on
> > verson 1.4.2
> > Perhaps I loose good features if I install subversion-1.1.x, but I
> > prefer to use the version delivered by up2date, of course.
> > 1) What do you suggest?
> > If I try to install subversion-1.4.2 from source it asks for apr and
> > apr-util version 0.9.7 or above but up2date has apr and apr-util
> > version 0.9.4
> > 2) If I upgrade it via RPM could I have some compatibilty breaked?
> I haven't gone all the way to 1.4.x, but dag/rpmforge have a nice set
> of 1.3.2 packages that I dropped into our environment (including Trac
> and Apache-mediated repositories) without any problems whatsoever.
It's not that easy to make subversion 1.4 packages for CentOS 4 or lower.
You need apr >= 0.9.7. subversion 1.3.2 included a suitable apr and built
it as part of the process, however subversion 1.4 does no longer...
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