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On 16.02.2013 20:12, Bill Blue wrote:
> On Saturday 02/16/2013 at 03:58:27, Sergio NNX wrote:
>> Bill Blue wrote:
>>> I'm stuck on msys-apr-util. I started off with the
>>> recommended apr-util-1.3.12-3 which fails in numerous places
>>> (during configure and make), and also tried the latest from
>>> Adobe, apr-util-1.5.1. It needed to know where the installed
>>> apr was (/bin). After a buildconf and configure which seemed
>>> to go ok, doing a make, resulted in:
>> I've built the latest versions of: apr, apr-util and log4cxx
>> successfully on MinGW (not msys or cygwin) in case you need some
> Thanks Sergio. I'm specifically having problems with msys builds
> of apr-util, though. That's in msys-1.0.18.
I'm using msys-1.0.17, by the way.
> My msys environment seems to contain all the items from mingw-get
> that you list in , so i'm not sure why I'm seeing different
Aside from msys core version, there may be subtle configuration
Sbuild was made for precisely this reason - it's completely
self-contained and self-configured, and builds made with it should be
reproducible (the only part that is precisely repeatable is mingw-get
- - it will always install latest versions, unless you tell it
otherwise, i.e. the way i made it install msys core 1.0.17).
You can either try a clean sbuild build (simpler, but will take more
time, especially if you make it use only one core), or you could try
to find what's wrong with the source you're compiling (which will
probably lead you, eventually, to the source of your problems, which
might be in environment or configuration).
The link to a thread i gave you suggested that header inclusion order
might be wrong. Also, re-running gcc with -E argument to make it dump
pre-processed source, and then reading that source, might help find a
fix for that error.
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