Weird... did you delete the libraries in /usr/local/lib before you did
the build? Other than that, I have no idea...
From: Alexander Henket [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 3:56 PM
To: Karan, Cem (Civ, ARL/CISD); firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Subversion 1.2.3 install errors on MacOSX 10.4.3
Nope. Didn't work. Exact same errors. 'make test' also claimed it had
nothing to do/test. I downloaded the binaries and installed those
instead, without a hitch.
Side-note: I already found and mentioned that I do not need BDB, and
that FSFS would work just fine for my needs. I'll just be accessing
Thanks for your response.
On 29-11-2005 16:10, "Karan, Cem (Civ, ARL/CISD)" <CKaran@arl.army.mil>
> Run these commands from within your source directory.
> ./configure --enable-maintainer-mode --disable-shared make make test
> sudo make install
> As a suggestion, I would trash the original unzipped directory, and
> unzip a new one. I would also follow the install directions that came
> with subversion to dispose of the libraries that it may have
> Also note that (I for one) have had much better luck with FSFS style
> repositories, rather than BDB. This is the default in the 1.2.x
> series, so I'd suggest just going with it.
> Good luck,
> Cem Karan
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Henket [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 2:23 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Subversion 1.2.3 install errors on MacOSX 10.4.3
> I'm using MacOSX 10.4.3 Client, Xcode 2.2.
> I downloaded the source distribution 1.2.3 and tried the standard
> configure script without options and autoconf, but they both run into
> the same
> checking for ruby... /usr/bin/ruby
> can't find header files for ruby.
> configure: WARNING: The detected Ruby is too old for Subversion to use
> Configure says my ruby version is too old <1.8.2, while in fact Mac
> OSX has Ruby 1.8.2 installed (/usr/bin/ruby -v). I think this error is
> due to the fact that it can't find ruby.h that indeed is not there.
> Configure says it can't find Berkeley 4.3 to support the bdb
> I already found that I don't need it, but it would be nice to see
> Berkeley 4.4 and above supported.
> These two don't seem so bad, but I just provided them as context for a
> fatal configure error at the end:
> mkdir subversion/bindings/java/javahl/classes
> : bad interpreter: No such file or
> mkdir subversion/bindings/java/javahl/include
> : bad interpreter: No such file or
> configure: WARNING: we have configured without BDB filesystem support
> And the same for make install:
> /Users/ahenket/Desktop/subversion-1.2.3/ac-helpers/install-sh -c -d
> make: /Users/ahenket/Desktop/subversion-1.2.3/ac-helpers/install-sh:
> Command not found
> make: *** [install-fsmod-lib] Error 127
> I tried running the script separately, but then I get this:
> thebook:/Users/ahenket/Desktop/subversion-1.2.3 root# /bin/sh
> ac-helpers/install-sh -c -d /usr/local/lib
> : command not foundsh: line 25:
> : command not foundsh: line 26:
> : command not foundsh: line 28:
> : command not foundsh: line 31:
> : command not foundsh: line 32:
> : command not foundsh: line 34:
> : command not foundsh: line 43:
> : command not foundsh: line 56:
> 'c-helpers/install-sh: line 58: syntax error near unexpected token `in
> 'c-helpers/install-sh: line 58: ` case $1 in
> The lines 25, 26, 28, 31, 32, 34, 43, 56 are empty lines. Line 58 is
> nothing special and looks legal to me.
> I have run configure, make and make install all as root user.
> What could I do about this?
> Alexander Henket
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