Re: Windows build still requires apr-util?
Well, I took apr-util-1.5.1-win32-src.zip and dsw/dsp were generated.
Then I opened .dsw in VS 2010, did a conversion, and tried to build.
Nothing except zlib compiles, with a lot of "Cannot open include file:
'svn_private_config.h'" errors. Did I miss some step that generates
On 10 March 2013 15:56, Bert Huijben <bert_at_qqmail.nl> wrote:
> Yes, you need apr-util for apr 0.x and 1.x.
> In 2.x apr-util might/will be integrated in Apr,so you still need it
> but don't have to install it separately.
> In the past you also needed apr-iconv, but that is no longer required
> (depending on your settings)
> Bert From: Sergei Antonov
> Sent: 10-3-2013 15:44
> To: dev_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: Windows build still requires apr-util?
> Here is what I get trying to build a Win32 Subversion from the trunk:
> D:\src\subversion>python.exe gen-make.py -t dsp
> BDB not found, BDB fs will not be built
> Could not detect Ruby version, assuming 1.8.
> Ruby bindings will be linked with msvcrt-ruby18.lib
> Could not detect perl version.
> Perl bindings will be linked with perl56.lib
> Could not find installed SWIG, assuming version 1.3.25
> Found apr 2.0.0
> ERROR: 'apr-util\include\apu_version.h' not found.
> Use '--with-apr-util' option to configure APR-Util location.
> Now that APR-util_has_been_merged_to_APR_trunk what am I supposed to provide???
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