On Mon, 4 Jun 2001, Mo DeJong wrote:
> Now that `make install` is working from a build directory,
> I decided to tempt fate and try to run `make check`.
> % make check
> make: *** No rule to make target `subversion/include/svn_delta.h', needed
> by `subversion/tests/libsvn_delta/vdelta-test.o'. Stop.
> This file does not seem to exist in the srcdir or the
> build dir. There is a delta.h file in subversion/libsvn_delta,
> was it renamed recently or something? It seems there are
> a number of files in that directory the #include it.
I think I figured out what was going wrong here.
I tried to run ./autogen.sh and got this really strange error:
ERROR: subversion/include/*.h not found.
gen-make.py failed, is python really installed?
It seems that running `make install` moved the
.h files out of the srcdir instead of just copying them.
This command is enough to reproduce the problem.
% /home/mdejong/project/subversion/apr/build/install.sh -m 644
Running `cvs up` in the subversion subdir then reports:
% cvs up
The install script needs to have the -c option passed to it
to do a cp instead of a mv. This patch fixes the problem.
Red Hat Inc
retrieving revision 1.89
diff -u -r1.89 configure.in
--- configure.in 2001/06/04 23:34:32 1.89
+++ configure.in 2001/06/05 08:32:54
@@ -105,7 +115,7 @@
dnl ### should we ever bother with the system install?
dnl use APR's mkdir to enable creating intervening directories
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Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:31 2006