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Re: Testing JavaHL on Windows

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2005-04-15 10:18:52 CEST

Hi Mark,

Mark Phippard wrote:

>Daniel Rall <dlr@finemaltcoding.com> wrote on 04/14/2005 11:05:34 AM:
>>Folks, is there a canonical location for Windows development where
>>information like this should be documented?
>I would love to see this document greatly expanded:
Right now, I do not have time for that, I am really happy for any
patches. I am also not good in writing these things in a end-user
friendly way.

>It seems to me that there is a huge number of *nix users of Subclipse that
>absolutely cannot figure out how to build JavaHL from source. On Windows,
>if you can get the main Subversion build to work, then JavaHL is pretty
>easy. There are just a couple of steps to take care of, that could be
>described better.
For *nix, the way to build is not much more difficult.
On the configure command, you have to add "--enable-javahl". If that
does not find your jdk add "--with-jdk=(Path to jdk)". If you want to
run the test add "--with-junit="(Path to junit jar)".
make javahl
make install
make install-javahl
make check-javahl
There is a patch, that you do not need to install javahl to be able to
run the tests.

>I really want to build an entire JavaHL "site" within the Subclipse web
>site. I haven't done so thus far because I do not want to bite off more
>than I can chew, and I just do not have the depth of experience on *nix to
>cover the issues.
>A detailed build from source explanation would be a great start, but the
>next thing would be info that is specific to distributions, such as how
>can I tweak the Debian package to build and install JavaHL, or the RedHat
>RPM's etc... Then there are also other issues such as on Debian, the
>JavaHL library will not be found by default, apparently because something
>called LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not set.
There 2 different thinks for loading native code.
The first is to tell java where to look for native code. That is the
system property "java.library.path". The default for that is normaly the
path where to look for dll's/shared libraries/shared objects/whatever.
On Windows its PATH and on Linux it is LD_LIBRARY_PATH. On other *nix it
is different. Beginning with 1.2 you can also set the system property
"subversion.native.library" to the fully quallified name of the
dll/shared library/shared object/whatever.
The second is where java the depend like apr is located. That is
normally the above path, but on Linux and other "*nix", you can link a
path to depend in the native code.

>If some good docs could just be maintained in the Subversion repository, I
>would be happy to take ownership of making an end-user friendly web site
>with similar info.
I will be happy to take care of maintaining it.


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