Thanks for the response. The CollabNet package specifically installs to
/opt/CollabNet... I'd like to be able to select where it installs to
since we have shared directories across multiple machines. /opt is a
local directory. I could always create a link to the svn that gets
installed to /opt/CollabNet../bin I suppose.
I am curious as to what the problem is for this though. I was able to
use the same source code to successfully install the svn client to a
sparc-solaris2.8 machine and an x86-solaris2.10 machine.
The apache2/include/apr_want.h files for those two architectures on my
systems lacks the redefinition of iovec.
From: Toby Thain [mailto:toby_at_telegraphics.com.au]
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 1:55 PM
To: Chen, Peter
Subject: Re: sparc-solaris10 build error
On 19-Feb-09, at 10:45 PM, Chen, Peter wrote:
I have been trying to build svn on a sparc-solaris2.10 machine and have
been getting hung up by an error in apache2/include/apr_want.h. It
appears to be trying to redefine iovec.
Seen these? They work great for me on amd64.
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