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Re: Mac Installation

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2010-08-27 09:05:08 PDT
Message Hello Mike!

> Hi All. Thanks for FSVS it's great!!
Thank you!

> I use it to backup several linux servers. However,
> I'm working on a local project here on my mac and
> would like to get fsvs installed.
> It's a mac powerbook g4 running 10.4.11.
>
> All is good until i go to "make". I've scoured
> internet and discussion groups to no
> avail. I'm going to run through what i did step by step:

> 6.) I ran sudo ./configure --enable-dev-fake and
> configured w/o error. (see attached
> "configure.out.txt")
Hmm, the first strange thing I see is this:
  ./configure: line 5574: [: too many arguments
What's this line?


> 7.) Now, when i try to "make", I get all kinds of errors.
> Simple stuff like files not
> being found. See attached file "make.output.txt"
Well, the .d files are just dependency files for make:
  Makefile:174: .ac_list.d: No such file or directory
These are harmless.


  global.h:17:18: error: gdbm.h: No such file or directory
  global.h:20:21: error: apr_md5.h: No such file or directory
  global.h:21:25: error: apr_file_io.h: No such file or directory
  global.h:22:33: error: subversion-1/svn_ra.h: No such file or directory
  global.h:23:37: error: subversion-1/svn_string.h: No such file or directory
These are a problem.

> So here I'm stuck. I've also tried:
> sudo ./configure --prefix=/opt/local
> sudo ./configure --with-svnlib=/opt/l​ocal/include
>
> and a bunch of others, but still get simliar output. I must be missing something stupid
> like an environment variable right?
Well, you used
  export LDFLAGS=-L/opt/local
for the libraries ...

Where got the header files installed? You seem to need either a
CFLAGS=-I/opt/local/include, or something like that.

--with-svnlib only helps for the library files - and these can be found by your
-L/opt/local parameter.


> Any help is GREATLY appreciated!! Thanks guys! If
> you help me out I'll gladly write up the
> "HOW TO - Mac Install".
That would be very nice of you. I'd like to add something to my installation instruction.


Regards,

Phil

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