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Re: Is --enable-utf8 working everywhere?

From: Marcus Comstedt <marcus_at_mc.pp.se>
Date: 2002-07-18 14:21:59 CEST

=?UTF-8?B?QnJhbmtvIMSMaWJlag==?= <brane@xbc.nu> writes:

> Blair Zajac wrote:
> >
> >I know that everybody's busy with alpha coming up, but since I haven't
> >seen any movement on getting utf8 working on Solaris 8, I want to let
> >people know that while I'd like to help track down and fix these bugs,
> >I only have time to apply patches, do simple gdb debugging and see if
> >the patches help the build out.
> >
> My tests with --enable-utf8 on Solaris 7 pass with apr and apr-util
> back-dated to Monday; APR HEAD won't work anywhere right now. Try "cvs
> up -dP -D 2002-07-15" in apr and apr-util, and apply Greg's
> errno-checking patch (rev 1.4 of apr-util/xlate/xlate.c) to that copy.

I've encountered the problem on one Solaris 8 system that there was a
Chinese locale package installed (I don't remember the name right now)
that contained a libiconv.so which _only handled Chinese locales_.
Naturally, svn had managed to link against that libiconv.so. Doing
pkgrm on the Chinese packages and recompiling svn fixed the problem.
Normally, libiconv.so shouldn't be included in the link at all on
Solaris 8, since the iconv functions are in libc.so. Check your
binary with ldd.

  // Marcus

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