I am trying to build log4cxx on a Sun.
When I do the make, I get "#error No default charset decoder available" which comes out of charsetdecoder.cpp.
SunOS 5.10, and g++ 3.4.3. The computer is not connected to the internet.
I've managed to make the apr and apr util stuff, but can't install them to /usr/lib due to lack of privilege. I use --prefix to put them in a different location.
I have not built cppunit on this computer and hope to be able to bypass it for now if possible.
For the log4cxx build I am using the following commands:
./configure --with-apr=blahblah --with-apr-util=blahblah --disable-cppunit
At this point the error is reported from the charsetdecoder.cpp compile.
The ./configure step reports (among many other things) the following:
checking for wchar_t… yes
checking for logchar type… utf_8
I've searched the message forums and have found a couple of related entries, but am not sure if they apply to what I am seeing. Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated.