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From think twice <memorial...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: build head revision failed on windows xp
Date Thu, 15 May 2008 01:38:15 GMT

thanks for your quick reply, i'm using visualc++6 with sp5&sp6

Curt Arnold-3 wrote:
> 
> 
> On May 14, 2008, at 1:20 AM, think twice wrote:
> 
>>
>> i checkout the head revision of apr, apr-util , log4cxx, put them in  
>> the same
>> root directory.
>> Then i followed the instructions "how to build log4cxx using ant" on  
>> apache
>> offical site, but it emits errors:
>>
>>       [cc]
>> D:\WorkSpace\apache-log4cxx\log4cxx\src\main\include\log4cxx/pattern/ 
>> lineseparatorpatternconverter.h(57)
>> : error C2603: illegal access declaration:
>> 'log4cxx::pattern::PatternConverter' is not a direct base of
>> 'log4cxx::pattern::LineSeparatorPatternConverter'
>>       [cc]
>> D:\WorkSpace\apache-log4cxx\log4cxx\src\main\include\log4cxx/pattern/ 
>> patternconverter.h(48)
>> : see declaration of 'PatternConverter'
>>
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> 
> That is apparently due to the fix for LOGCXX-281 (rev 654700) which  
> resulted in compiler warnings on the Sun Studio 11 compiler.  Guess  
> I'm going to need to iterate between Sun Studio and VC to figure out  
> how to write the code to eliminate the Sun Studio warning and also  
> compile under VC.  I assume that you are using Visual C++, could you  
> specify what version you are using?
> 
> Until then, you could either check out the immediately preceding  
> revision:
> 
> svn update -r 654699
> 
> or remove the offending "using namespace" statements.
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