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Re: rey4 Bindings mess reversion incomplete

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-07-24 03:35:51 CEST

[moved to the correct dev list -- careful there, Max]

Max Bowsher wrote:

>Russell Yanofsky wrote:
>
>
>>Max Bowsher wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Russell Yanofsky wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Max Bowsher wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>The trunk perl bindings are still broken on OS X and Cygwin, because
>>>>>there is still an interdependency between libsvn_swig_perl and
>>>>>swig_core. The move of the current_pool variable was not reverted.
>>>>>
>>>>>Max.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>What if you apply the patch at
>>>>http://www.contactor.se/~dast/svn/archive-2004-07/0586.shtml ?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>No good. Darwin.
>>>
>>>
>>I don't understand. Why doesn't it work on Darwin?
>>
>>
>
>Because dynamic library libsvn_swig_perl cannot link to loadable module
>core.
>
>
>
>>>>I'm reluntant
>>>>to move the current_pool variable back to libsvn_swig_perl, because
>>>>it makes the swig code messier and requires that we build
>>>>libsvn_swig_perl as a dll on windows.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>Why is that bad?
>>>
>>>
>>It's not really bad, just different than what we do with
>>
>>
>libsvn_swig_python
>
>
>>and libsvn_swig_java.
>>
>>
>
>On unix we build libsvn_swig_* as shared libraries. Why does the the Windows
>build not do that too?
>
>
Because the Windows build does not build DLLs in general, yet, and I
don't want to make too many exceptions. Besides, on Unix we can build
both static and shared libs, I believe.

-- Brane

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