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Subversion 0.31 compilation issue.

From: Rami Kayyali <rami_at_bluecubex.com>
Date: 2003-10-21 22:35:56 CEST

I'd like to submit a little thing I found, it's more of an annoyance than a bug, and I don't think it happened with 99.9% of the people, but still, it happened with me.
When compiling subversion with Apache 2.0.47, libtool complains, here's the error message
"libtool: link: only absolute run-paths are allowed."
This only happens when it tries to compile mod_authz_svn *and* apache is not installed, because libtool --mode=-link is passed an empty -rpath. This can be found in build-outputs.mk on lines 210 and 407. This comes from DESTDIR not being defined when apache is not installed.

I know that there's no use of mod_authz_svn if Apache is not installed in the system, and my case is rare, but I'm sure you'll take it in consideration.

I've done this, I ran "make', libtool failed, then I ran "make DESTDIR=/path/to/destdir", and it compiled subversion successfully. I'm not sure if it had side-effects, but "make check" passed all tests.
I've also included the script I've used to compile all packages.

Thank you very much for Subversion, it's a great product. I hope this was of any help to you.
Rami Kayyali.

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