Some questions from a new Mac user.

Cc:-ed to the MacPython list, because they might know.


I'm trying to get Subversion bindings for my installed version of MacPython (/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.4/) This seems to mean that I want to install Subversion, and if so, I would like to get it hooked up to Apache so that I can connect to (or whatever) on my work computer and access my home repository.

Now, I can install the subversion python bindings using DarwinPorts, but that won't hook into the Framework version of Python, so I've downloaded the Subversion 1.3.2 sources, and I can build them, but they complain about my version of Apache. Specifically, about apxs being too old.

Do I really need to upgrade apache to Apache 2 to get this all working?

Is there a good way of replacing the default Apache with Apache 2, or is that a really bad idea because the Software Update will get horribly confused?

Is there another place I should be asking these questions?



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