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From Aaron Walker <ka0t...@gentoo.org>
Subject Re: Problem compiling on FreeBSD 5.3
Date Wed, 26 Jan 2005 09:22:22 GMT
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Firstly, I missed the first part of this thread, so I apologize if I'm missing
the bigger picture.

Curt Arnold wrote:
| The migration to Apache Portable Runtime should eliminate most if not
| all of the need for autogen.sh and configure in building log4cxx.

I know zilch about APR (although I'll need to learn since I maintain the Gentoo
~ port ;p), but what does APR have to do with autogen.sh/configure? or is the
"Runtime" in APR misleading?

| However, the current use of autogen.sh and configure have not been
| modified to reflect the migration.  It is not an area that I'm expert in
| and would appreciate any suggestions, patches or comments.

I'll see if I can get get log4cxx setup on my BSD box, and what kind of magic
(besides autogen.sh of course) is required to get it built.

Cheers
- --
DEC diagnostics would run on a dead whale.
		-- Mel Ferentz

Aaron Walker <ka0ttic@gentoo.org>
[ Gentoo/BSD | cron | forensics | shell-tools | commonbox | netmon ]
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