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Re: Subversion 0.37.0 on MacOS X (problem - was 'Subversion 0.37.0 is a 1.0.0 candidate release, please test')

From: Jonathan Leffler <jleffler_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-02-03 08:07:50 CET

Jonathan Leffler wrote:

> <cogitation volume="audible">
> I wonder if part of my problem is that I installed CoreUtils-5.0 from
> GNU into /usr/local/bin [...]

Yes; that is (part of) the trouble. The real uname (/usr/bin/uname)
accepts a -p option which prints powerpc and the GNU coreutils version
prints 'unknown', which accounts for my initial, visible problem.

Additionally, as I sort of predicted, GCC 3.3.2 compiled by me had
some problems (specifically with mach-o/dyld.h) - so I had to revert
to using the Apple-supplied /usr/bin/gcc (v3.3). And I had problems
with my non-standard install of Berkeley DB 4.1.25 (originally built
on Jaguar 10.2), so I rebuilt it so it is now for Panther 10.3.

With these little issues resolved, it seemed to work OK. I don't
think I can blame SVM for any of these problems. I'm not convinced I
should have run into all of the problems - but that's life, occasionally.

Thanks to Garrett for the swift response pointing the finger firmly at
my setup.

Jonathan Leffler (jleffler@earthlink.net, jleffler@us.ibm.com) 
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