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Re: subversion 1.3.2 build failed.

From: Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org>
Date: 2006-09-25 06:43:54 CEST

[Zhao, Jing]
> checking for mmap... yes
> checking for munmap... yes
> checking for shm_open... yes
> checking for shm_unlink... yes
> checking for shmget... no
> checking for shmat... no
> checking for shmdt... no
> checking for shmctl... no
> checking for create_area... no
> checking for MAP_ANON in sys/mman.h... no
> checking for /dev/zero... no
> /%ppd0#m1_d05/user/jzhao/subversion/subversion-1.3.2/apr/configure:Error: decision on anonymous shared memory allocation method failed

This is in apr, the Apache Portable Runtime library, not subversion
itself. Please report this to <dev@apr.apache.org>. If you can build
and install some version of apr on your system, you can use that with
subversion instead of the version that comes in the subversion tarball.

> One more issue is VOS only supports 32 characters file name. In
> subversion.1.3.2.tar.gz, there are about 10 files, their name with
> more than 32 characters. I checked all of them, most of them are not
> important. There are two files i am not sure if it matters with them.
> subversion-1.3.2/build/generator/libapriconv_ccs_modules.vcproj.ezt
> subversion-1.3.2/build/generator/libapriconv_ces_modules.vcproj.ezt

'vcproj' refers to project files for Microsoft Visual Studio. So,
probably not important for you. Two other long filenames in the Java
bindings (subversion/bindings/java/javahl/native/) are useful if you
have a JVM and wish to write subversion client code in Java:


...but if you don't intend to build the Java bindings, those don't
matter either.

Received on Mon Sep 25 06:44:09 2006

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