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Re: building subversion from source in freebsd

Author Mike Meyer <mmeyer at lexmark dot com>
Full name Mike Meyer <mmeyer at lexmark dot com>
Date 2009-04-15 10:18:20 PDT
Message George Nychis <gnychis at gmail dot com> wrote on 04/15/2009 12:50:55 PM:
> I am trying to build subversion from source in freebsd with apache2
> installed from ports. In my linux machines, I've used --with-
> apxs=/usr/local/apache2/bin

First question - is there some reason you're not using the FreeBSD port?
That will pick up such things, as well as any patches needed to work on
FreeBSD. Since it builds from source, it's not hard to tweak the config to
meet your needs - assuming the builds options don't provide what you're
looking for already.

> ... however this does not exist in freebsd. What is the equivalent
> to this in freebsd? I have tried searching, but have not found an
> equivalent directory.

You probably want /usr/local/sbin. That's where the apache port puts apxs.

        <mike
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building subversion from source in freebsd George Nychis <gnychis at gmail dot com> George Nychis <gnychis at gmail dot com> 2009-04-15 09:50:57 PDT
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