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Re: Subversion configure script broken for serf if sysroot path contains "-D"

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2015 15:21:39 +0200

On 15.05.2015 13:38, Bruce Bye wrote:
> Hi,
> If you attempt to cross-compile subversion with a sysroot path
> containing "-D", blame.c will fail to compile, failing to find serf.h.
> The root cause is this line in serf.m4:
> SVN_SERF_INCLUDES=[`$PKG_CONFIG $serf_major --cflags | $SED
> -e 's/-D[^ ]*//g'`]
> I assume the intention is simply to strip any pre-compile defines from
> the cflags returned by pkg-config, but the regex is too aggressive.
> This was observed in subversion 1.8.9, doing a Yocto build on Linux,
> but a code inspection of 1.8.13 suggests the issue is still there and
> it doesn't look especially platform sensitive.
> Repro steps:
> Set-up a Yocto environment in a path such as '/home/user/Dev-Demo'.
> Then run "bitbake subversion-native".

I'm pretty sure no-one wants to set up a Yocto environment just to
reproduce this failure. :)

There's really no completely safe way to rewrite that regular
expression. But I think you can avoid even invoking it by passing
--with-serf=/path/to/serf/prefix to configure; if the Serf path is
provided, we won't invoke pkg-config.

Can you give that a try, please, and report the result?

-- Brane
Received on 2015-05-15 15:22:37 CEST

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