I've got rid of the configure error.
I still have a build error, but that is another problem.
The solution was to add the --with-apr to the APR_UTIL_CONF_OPT instead of
because it isn't an enviroment variable
When I've get rid of the build-error, I'll inform the mailing list again.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Rico Bachmann [mailto:bachmann_at_tofwerk.com]
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 19. April 2012 10:27
> An: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Betreff: error configure apr-util for subversion
> Hi @ all
> I've already posted this on the buildroot mailing list...
> I'm trying to add apr-util to buildroot (after successfully adding apr
> I have a problem while configure apr-util.
> First I build apr, that still works fine.
> But, when I try to link to the apr-1-config from apr when configure
> apr-util, I've got this error:
> i/sysroot/usr/bin/apr-1-config: No such file or directory
> No such file or directory
> I don't understand why it can't see the file!
> Here the output from my apr build, that's the place I found the two
> pathes to the apr-1-config:
> and Here the output from my apr-util build (2 versions one linked to
> sr/bin/apr-1-config and one linked to
> I don't know what I'm doing wrong, because every webpage I found about
> cross-compiling apr-util says, I have to link to this file!
> I'm happy about every hint you can get me!
> If you need it, here the link to my *.mk and Config.in file:
> If I try without define --with-apr it throws an error that I have to
> define it.
> I need the apr-util package because subversion not only needs apr, it
> needs apr and apr-util.
> And my goal is to add subversion in buildroot.
> so long
Received on 2012-04-19 15:03:37 CEST