I'm trying to upgrade subversion from 1.4.2 to 1.4.3 (as part of a full
system update using 'portupgrade -a') but during compilation it aborts
with the following message:
You should build `www/apache22' with db4 support to use subversion with
it. Please rebuild `www/apache22' with option
`WITH_BERKELYDB=(db4|db41|db42)' and try again.
(or it suggests disabling db4 entirely with WITHOUT_DBD)
Since it doesn't seem like a bad idea to have the DB4 repository backend
available I decided to recompile apache22 (version 2.2.4) with DB4 support
by adding the following to the MAKE_ARGS list in /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf:
> 'www/apache22' => 'WITH_BERKELYDB=db42',
I ran portupgrade -f apache and made sure it was using this make argument.
After recompilation of apache22 I tried to upgrade subversion again, but
I'm still getting the exact same error. I checked /usr/ports/UPDATING to
see if there's anything else I may need to do, but couldn't find anything.
Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong here?
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