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Re: SDK Problems Compiling JavaHL

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-17 20:54:18 CEST

On 9/17/07, David Land <david.k.land@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry for the confusion regarding the author(s) of Subclipse and the reasons
> why it isn't easier to install on Linux. I totally agree that the likely
> culprit here is me and that I don't have something configured right. I'd
> just like to get through this so I can actually get some work done. :)
> I downloaded the dependencies package (APR, neon, zlib, etc.) from tigris
> using the URL I mentioned previously. I simply extracted the dependencies
> tar file into the same file that I extracted the subversion source into
> before I compiled everything. That seemed to allow subversion to compile. Do
> the dependencies not get copied into the appropriate places by the make
> install command? Do I need to include some path to the dependencies
> somewhere in eclipse? Is there a log file somewhere that will tell me which
> dependencies aren't being found?

Subversion would not compile without the dependencies. But did you do
make install etc.. so that they are all installed. Also, even though
they built, it does not mean they work. Did you run make check?

> I don't know much about how this instantiation of CentOS was built. I do
> know that Subclipse was not on it when I got it though, if that answers your
> question.

Which version of CentOS are you running? I have CentOS 5 available
and Subversion and JavaHL are both available in its packaging system,
you just need to install them. I think the same is true for CentOS 4.
 For example, if I open Add/Remove programs and click the Search tab
and type "subversion" I can see Subversion and JavaHL packages already
to just install. Likewise from the command line I could just run:

yum install subversion
yum install subversion-javahl

Mark Phippard
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Received on Mon Sep 17 20:54:41 2007

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