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svn1.4 default build problem

From: Phil Barnard <phil.barnard_at_arc.com>
Date: 2006-10-13 15:51:41 CEST

Hello,

Having just spent a week pinging back and forth with the chaps at cenqua, it seems you should be made aware of the following issue when building svn 1.4 from source.

Running the top level "configure --help" tells me that shared library builds are enabled by default. However if you check the configure script for neon, it defaults to shared libs being disabled.
For svn 1.3.2 the top level configure "did the right thing" - i.e. it forced neon to build with shared libraries. However for some reason the svn 1.4 release doesn't. You can easily see this by checking the difference in the config.log files in the neon directory between the two releases.

This causes mayhem when you (for example) use the javahl bindings, as the libsvn_ra_dav so is incomplete (though no build error/warning) as it can't link to the specified libneon.so (as it wasn't built). The error only occurs when actually using/loading the java bindings and usually ends up being something like "libsvn_ra_dav-1.so.0: undefined symbol: gss_delete_sec_context".
The workaround is simply to include "--enable-shared" as an option to configure, but I see a number of people have already fallen over this (on the fisheye forum) and I think there was also someone with similar problems with the Perl bindings. So please can someone comment on why this default behaviour changed from v1.3.2 and whether it will be re-instated for v1.4.
regards
Phil.
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