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RE: Can't compile 1.1.1 on OS X ...

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-11-22 23:38:42 CET

> I apologize, the version that I was using was what came with the fink
> install at the time (http://fink.sourceforge.net) which IIRC was SVN
> 1.0.9. The most current one that I see on fink is 1.0.9-11 which may
> have been what I was using (I removed it from my systems when I realized
> that 1.1.1 with FSFS worked better)

Understandable :-)

> I was never able to track down a particular cause for all the
> corruptions. I always let the update go all the way through before I
> would modify the files that were under SVN control, but I DID have a
> script for a while that would run doxygen (http://www.doxygen.org) on
> the same sources in parallel with the commit. I killed that and did
> everything by hand from the command line when I had the first corruption
> and had to do a dump/load, but that didn't help any (it probably
> shouldn't have affected anything; doxygen only reads files, and the
> output directory is not under SVN control, nor is it in the path for it)
> I wish I could be of more help, if I manage to put together a repository
> that gets corrupted consistently under BDB AND doesn't contain
> proprietary source, do you want to mail it to you?

If it's bdb 4.2 you're using, I'd definitely be interested to know. Older
bdb versions are known to cause problems with OS X; especially 4.1...

> Cem Karan



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