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Re: undefined reference when compiling on cygwin

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2004-10-25 18:04:20 CEST

Colin JN Breame <colin@breame.com> writes:

> cd subversion/libsvn_subr && /bin/bash
> /home/Colin/src/subversion-1.1.1/libtool --silent --mode=link gcc -g
> -O2 -DNEON_ZLIB -DNEON_SSL -rpath /usr/lib -o libsvn_subr-1.la
> -no-undefined auth.lo cmdline.lo config.lo config_auth.lo
> config_file.lo config_win.lo date.lo error.lo hash.lo io.lo md5.lo
> opt.lo path.lo pool.lo quoprint.lo sorts.lo stream.lo subst.lo
> svn_base64.lo svn_string.lo target.lo time.lo utf.lo utf_validate.lo
> validate.lo version.lo xml.lo /usr/lib/libaprutil-0.la -lgdbm -ldb-4.2
> -lexpat -liconv /usr/lib/libapr-0.la -lcrypt -lintl
> /home/Colin/src/subversion-1.1.1/libtool: line 1: sed: command not found
> make: *** [subversion/libsvn_subr/libsvn_subr-1.la] Error 127
>
> Looks like it can't find sed. However:
>
> $ which sed
> /usr/bin/sed

libtool is a shell script, you need to determine where and why it is
failing. Execute the above command from the command line but replace
--silent with --debug and see if that helps determine where the
problem lies.

Did you reuse the compiled objects created by libtool 1.4.3? I don't
whether that would cause the above problem. I suppose you could try
"make clean" to get rid of any 1.4.3 stuff.

-- 
Philip Martin
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