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Re: Compiling minimal_client on MacOS X

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-09-05 11:45:28 CEST

On Sep 5, 2007, at 04:07, Jeremy Pereira wrote:

> The libraries generated by the standard subversion build are not
> universal, so if you try to build your application as a universal
> binary, you will still get loads of unresolved symbols when the
> binary for the unsupported architecture is linked. One day I might
> see if I can build universal versions of the subversion and apr
> libraries, but I suspect that is a longish and frustrating task -
> unless somebody else has already done it.

You can take a look at MacPorts [1], with which I have successfully
built subversion, apr, apr-util, expat, gettext, libiconv, neon,
openssl, and zlib universal, like this:

$ sudo port selfupdate
$ sudo port install apr-util +no_bdb
$ sudo port install subversion +no_bdb +universal

I think most of the software installs universal in the "usual" way
described in the Apple tech note. Only a few of the ports need
special help.

Note that MacPorts universal binaries target Mac OS X 10.4+ for both
Intel and PPC. MacPorts doesn't make universal binaries that run on
10.3+ on PPC and 10.4+ on Intel. That's more complicated.

[1] http://www.macports.org/

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