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Fwd: building a static svn client on solaris

From: cmmark <cmmark_at_ziplip.com>
Date: 2003-01-02 13:57:52 CET

Hi, I tryed linking in the db4 libraries just to see if that would give me a staticly linked svn binary. Added db libs to the LDFLAGS environment var and swaped out the --without-berkeley-db configure option with --with-berkeley-db configure option, same results, the svn binary is looking for the libdb-4.0.so shared library.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: cmmark [mailto:cmmark@ziplip.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 31, 2002, 5:54 AM
> To: dev@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: building a static svn client on solaris
> Hi, I am trying to build a static commandline svn client on solaris to pass
> around to folks to try out subversion. (I am also interesting in a static
> commandline svn Windows client if one is available)
> Here's the configure options I am using:
> ./configure \
> --prefix=$INSTALLDIRSVN \
> --with-apr=$INSTALLDIRAPACHE2/bin \
> --with-apr-util=$INSTALLDIRAPACHE2/bin \
> --without-berkeley-db \
> --enable-maintainer-mode \
> --enable-all-static \
> --disable-shared
> it builds fine. I cp the svn binary it to a different server under a different
> account and run 'svn help'. The following is the output.
> > ./svn help
> ld.so.1: ./svn: fatal: libdb-4.0.so: open failed: No such file or directory
> Killed
> I built against r4210. Is there any reason the client needs the db4 libraries
> to work? I built it again after placing the static db4 libs in the LDFLAGS
> path to link in those libraries as well, but the db4 libraries didn't seem to
> get linked with the svn client.
> Thanks,
> Mark

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