On 24.09.2010 16:55, Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
> On 24 September 2010 20:47, Stefan Küng<tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Sure, send the patch, but for trunk, not 1.6.x please.
>> And together with some information where to get the necessary lib files
>> and where to put them so the build script works.
> Here it is then. I haven't tested it on trunk, but I'm fairly
> confident it will be okay..
> I also haven't been able to test a 64 bits compilation, compilation on
> 64 bits always fail for me on my Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits VM in
> VMWare (linking error, with no useful message showing)
I guess the linking error is because the libs are not built for x64.
Also I never use precompiled libs in TSVN. I always compile the libs
myself and create a build script. Only that way I can guarantee that the
libs don't use an incompatible c-runtime and are always compiled for
both win32 and x64.
Which of course now means I first have to create a build script for the
Kerberos source - and that's the hard part, not the linking and
including precompiled libs to TSVN.
> To add to the documentation.
> Pre-requisite. MIT Kerberos for Windows SDK at
> Currently version 3.2.2
As mentioned above, I don't use precompiled libs.
> - unzip the MIT kerberos SDK into 'common' and rename the folder to 'kerberos'
> Whilte we are at the documentation, would be worse adding some version
> TortoiseSVN doesn't compile with zlib> 1.2.3 (in 1.2.4 and 1.2.5 ,
> some asm files are gone, causing build to fail)
Only 1.6.x doesn't compile with later zlib versions. Trunk does.
> TortoiseSVN doesn't compile with latest nant alpha (0.91), it does
> compile with 0.90
Once it's not alpha but beta, I'll try it and will adjust the build
scripts. But not before.
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