[csw-buildfarm] Fwd: [csw-maintainers] [csw-devel] SF.net SVN: gar: csw/mgar/pkg/libserf/trunk/Makefile
dam at opencsw.org
Mon Jul 25 12:53:35 CEST 2011
Am 24.07.2011 um 21:17 schrieb rupert THURNER:
> could you please install the new verisons of swig, apr, apr-util,
> libserf on unstable?
unstable* should be updated now. However, I noticed an issue of 64 bit apr which
I am already looking into.
> kr, rupert
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> From: Maciej Bliziński <maciej at opencsw.org>
> Date: 2011/7/17
> Subject: Re: [csw-maintainers] [csw-devel] SF.net SVN: gar:
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> Em 17/07/2011 21:49, "rupert THURNER" <rupert at opencsw.org> escreveu:
>> On Sun, Jul 17, 2011 at 22:40, Dagobert Michelsen <dam at opencsw.org> wrote:
>>> Hi Rupert,
>>> Am 17.07.2011 um 18:20 schrieb rupert THURNER:
>>>> many thanks, dago! one cannot say no to such a nice offer, could you please help me get subversion-1.7 and serf running on unstable, or testing? currently serf does not work, giving:
>>>> $ svn up --ignore-externals
>>>> svn: Error running context: Internal error
>>>> you can change the svn client to use serf by inserting in ~/.subversion/servers:
>>>> http-library = serf
>>> An update of libserf won't work as svn is bound to libserf0-0 and the new one is libserf1-0 which
>>> needs a recompile of subversion.
>>> New build of 1.7.0alpha3 is under way, contrib/ seems to be missing in 1.7.0.
>>> I'll try the above test against libserf1-0 when I have a package.
>>> The build now fails with
>>>> /opt/csw/bin/ginstall -c -d /home/dam/mgar/pkg/subversion/trunk/work/solaris9-i386/install-isa-i386/opt/csw/lib/python2.3/libsvn
>>>> cd subversion/bindings/swig/python ; /bin/bash /home/dam/mgar/pkg/subversion/trunk/work/solaris9-i386/build-isa-i386/subversion-1.7.0-alpha3/libtool --mode=install /opt/csw/bin/ginstall -c _core.la /home/dam/mgar/pkg/subversion/trunk/work/solaris9-i386/install-isa-i386/opt/csw/lib/python2.3/libsvn/_core.la
> Why python2.3 while we have 2.4... that's one odd thing here.
>>>> libtool: install: error: cannot install `_core.la' to a directory not ending in /opt/csw/lib/svn/python/site-packages/libsvn
> This is our python libraries directory.
> Our Python is different from most distributions in that we have a
> patch which removes the python version from the python lib
> subdirectory. Don't ask me why as the decision predates my
> involvement in the project. Some upstream projects (libxml comes to
> mind) assume that there is or there needs to be a version number in
> the python lib path. It could be an instance of this problem.
> I would like to reintroduce the version specific python lib dir, but
> it requires time, and hasn't yet bubbled up to the top of my priority
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