New Repository Addition: Subversion
There have been a few requests in the post comments and via email for a version of Subversion that works with my updated version of httpd. Well, after ripping my hair out for the past couple days trying to get around a few blocking issues, I finally built Subversion packages for 32- & 64-bit systems.
First, unlike my httpd, PHP, and MySQL builds, I wanted to stick with the version of Subversion that came with RHEL & CentOS 4. I really didn't see the point of upgrading to a newer, less tested, version on this particular package. That said, the version of Subversion that comes with EL4 didn't particularly like the version of apr that is included in my repo. That meant that a straight rebuild of the src.rpm wasn't possible (it was failing the apr-related tests during the build).
From that point, I started looking at the newer source packages for Subversion available with FC5, FC6, and in the Fedora development tree. Unfortunately, all of those versions seem to have dependencies for packages that do not exist (or are too old) in the EL4 distribution. Not wanting to have to rebuild a half-dozen more packages just to get this one working, I went searching for an alternative in order to get Subversion 1.1.4 to build with apr versions higher than 1.0.
The solution I found, interestingly enough, was to snag the source package from Dag Wieers. In examination of his spec file, it seems like his build is functionally identical to the RHEL packages, just built & packaged in a slightly different manner. These though, build just fine with newer versions of apr.
That all said, Dag's packages have been rebuilt for httpd 2.2.x and are now available in my repository. Those that requested this addition, please try them out and let me know how they work (to be honest, I don't use Subversion).