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question re: bootstrapping problem

From: <helink_at_sandia.gov>
Date: 2003-01-25 02:10:53 CET

I downloaded the bootstrapping tarball r4503, it appears to have
configured fine. When I make it however I get a lot of the following

cc1: warning: changing search order for system directory
cc1: warning: as it has already been specified as a non-system

and then the system throws an error:

cd subversion/clients/cmdline /bin/sh
/Users/helink/subversion/subversion-r4503/libtool --silent --mode=link
gcc -g -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes
-Wmissing-declarations -DNEON_ZLIB -Wpointer-arith -Wwrite-strings
-Wshadow -DSVN_DEBUG -DAP_DEBUG -L/usr/local/lib -rpath
/usr/local/lib -o svn add-cmd.o cat-cmd.o checkout-cmd.o cleanup-cmd.o
commit-cmd.o copy-cmd.o delete-cmd.o diff-cmd.o export-cmd.o feedback.o
help-cmd.o import-cmd.o info-cmd.o log-cmd.o ls-cmd.o main.o
merge-cmd.o mkdir-cmd.o move-cmd.o prompt.o propdel-cmd.o
propedit-cmd.o propget-cmd.o proplist-cmd.o props.o propset-cmd.o
resolve-cmd.o revert-cmd.o status-cmd.o status.o switch-cmd.o
update-cmd.o util.o
-lexpat /Users/helink/subversion/subversion-r4503/apr/libapr-0.la -lm
-L/usr/local/lib -lz -L/sw/lib -lxml -lz
ld: Undefined symbols:
make: *** [subversion/clients/cmdline/svn] Error 1

I'm getting this problem under Mac OS X 10.2.3.

Is this a recognized problem under OS X 10.2.3, or might it be a side
effect of still having svn 0.14.3 bits hanging around (I would hope
not), or what? I'm happy to try providing additional information if
anyone can tell me what that info would be.

With fink, I already installed automake (1.6.3), autoconf (2.53),
libtool (1.4.2-5), texinfo (4.1-2), and python (2.2.1-6). I also have
BerkeleyDB 4.0.14 already installed. (I realize the latest version of
python is actually 2.3a1 but 2.0 is all that's said to be needed and
the bootstrapping tarball has it's own copy anyway and none of these
installed systems should make any difference.)

The last time I built subversion from scratch was 0.14.3, and it
bootstrapped like a champ. My plan was to update various things with
fink, leave DB4 alone, build the bootstrapping tarball, check out svn,
install a new apache2, apr, apr-utils, and neon, and install the latest
version of svn.

Any advice on this would be much appreciated. If that advice is to
bypass the bootstrapping tarball and check out svn using my existing
0.14.3 installation, I'm going to go try that now (it will probably
work) but without being able to build the bootstrapping tarball I don't
have a lot of confidence in being able to build svn itself...


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