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Re: Building javahl bindings for Subversion 1.1.1

From: David James <james82_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-31 07:52:37 CET

Thank you for your patch and your feedback, Henning. Indeed, I have
also ran into the same problem and as such I have submitted a
comprehensive fix to the Subversion maintainers which was committed to
the Subversion trunk by Greg Hudson in r11050.

I have attached the patch to this e-mail as well as the log message.
Henning, would you please try this patch and let me know whether it
solves your problem?

P.S. I nominated r11050 for inclusion in Subversion 1.1.3. Would any
of the Subversion maintainers would be willing to review my patch? It
would be much appreciated.



On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 11:36:04 +0100, Henning Schmiedehausen
<hps@intermeta.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> I was building the javahl bindings using the FC3 provided subversion
> 1.1.1 RPM. After enabling the javahl with
> --enable-javahl --with-junit=/usr/share/java/junit.jar
> I noticed that this results in an undefined reference to svn_ra_local
> which prevented the build from going through. After adding
> --enable-dso --enable-shared
> the build worked but the resulting svn-javahl.jar and the
> libsvnjavahl-1.so did not work (with subclipse, it kept reporting
> "javahl interface not available). Also the unit tests (make check-
> javahl) failed.
> In the end, I found out that this was due to an undefined symbol
> reference in libsvnjavahl.so. I had to add the attached patch
> to build the library successfully.
> Is this an oversight in subversion-1.1.1 or did I just do something
> plain wrong and this patch plasters over the effects? I'm using Fedora
> Core 3 with the subversion-1.1.1-1.1.src.rpm from the Updates. I've
> attached my patch and the SPEC file to build.
> Regards
> Henning
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