Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
I had used portsnap to retrieve the changes earlier and you were correct
- for some reason it had not retrieved the files subdirectory.
subversion now builds and has been installed with the latest port
On 2007-09-09 23:04, Kyle Allender <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I'm attempting to install subversion from the ports tree on 6.2 RELEASE
and receive this error:
===> Installing for subversion-1.4.4_1
** Missing /usr/ports/devel/subversion/files/svnserve.in for
*** Error code 1
Based on what I see in other ports, the .in files are used as configuration
files for various portions of the build process. Is this correct?
The path to `svnserve.in' points to the `files/' subdirectory of the
`devel/subversion' port. You seem to be missing parts of the Ports
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/ports/devel/subversion# ls -l files/svnserve.in
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel - 824 Jul 18 11:03 files/svnserve.in
Try to CVSup your /usr/ports tree once more, and see if you will then
get the missing file.
Could someone point me to where this is failing? Is this a bug with
the port itself?
It shouldn't be a bug, AFAICT. I've installed the same port & revision
here a while ago:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/root# pkg_info subversion\* | head -1
Information for subversion-python-1.4.4_1:
However, when trying to use subversion to checkout a known good
repository, I receive this error now:
sia# svn co
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/lib/libkrb5.so: Undefined symbol
I have followed the advice here:
and the behaviour did not change. I have nothing in my /etc/rc.conf
that seems to be in the way and I've re-installed the kerberos port
twice from the ports tree (with the latest patches applied).
The above svn server is for code for the CalendarServer from Apple.
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