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Re: what to do about "error: cannot set LC ALL locale"?

From: Bret Hughes <bhughes_at_elevating.com>
Date: 2004-08-23 03:39:45 CEST

On Sun, 2004-08-22 at 20:24, israel evans wrote:
> Ah. Thank you for the unixy enlightenment about echo sumpin' vs just
> sumpin'.
> I've searched through the makefile and there is is no mention of
> LC_ALL. There are mentions of locale, but nothing seemingly in
> relation to en_US or anything I could identify as meaningful.. Granted
> that's not a lot, but since it's nearly all greek to me, it all looks
> just fine.
> I did a straight ./configure ; make ; make install with no options.
> Are there any known options I should be using for Mac OS X 10.2.8 that
> I've overlooked?

Well I am going to have to submit to the subversion gurus here. I have
happily only installed binary rpms so I don't know why the build would
give these errors.

Is subversion working and formating information in a manner you are used
to? IF so, unless someone else chimes in I would go with it and maybe
you will learn what happened and maybe not.

Of course, if you have the time and you are like me and just want to
find out wtf happened as a matter of principal sometimes, then keep on
keeping on.

perhaps trying the make install step again, if that is where you hit the
error and redirecting all output to a file is the way to go. That way
you can post the relevant portions of the output and possible trigger
someones memory or at least prod them into replying :)

on a linux box I would try

make install > /tmp/svninstall.out 2>&1

might work for osx too.

Good luck.


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