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Re: Problem compiling r2092 in order to convert database.

From: Jennifer Bevan <jen_at_alouysius.net>
Date: 2002-07-11 00:22:23 CEST

Well, this is taken care of in the tarball, actually -- there exist apr and
apr-util directories in that release. So, I got around the unknown apr
version that way. The problem is within the tarball r2092d, however: where
./configure --disable-shared
(Jen gets lots of errors)
It compiled the apr, apr-util, neon, etc. with no problem until it got to
the ...
wait a moment...
I think the problem may be in libtool -- I have my active, newly
compiled r2376 libraries installed. These usually have to be
removed before making a new HEAD version -- they're probably
also confusing libtool when trying to make the r2092d version?

Hmmm. I'll smush the libsvn* and get back to y'all...


Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> Oh cripes, this is what happens when we try to maintain an old svn
> branch, but we don't make any note of which APR to use. :-(
> The solution here is downdate your apr/ directory to June 5th ('cvs up
> -D') and try building with that.

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