On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Tyler Roscoe<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 04:26:32AM -0700, Karol Grecki wrote:
>> I'm using Zend Studio based on Eclipse which only comes in 32bit flavour. I
>> found javahl working better (performance and reliability) than svnkit but I
>> had some problems compiling it on my 64bit system.
> You'll get better responses to this question on an eclipse or javahl
> mailing list. Good luck.
Actually, this is the proper mailing list for compiling JavaHL. It
is, after all, part of Subversion.
The error is coming from the OS library loader. I'd focus on trying
to find out what the heck it means. It is a weird error.
I wonder if the problem is that one or more of the dependencies that
JavaHL needs to load at runtime, is not 32-bit. Such as the APR,
Neon, OpenSSL or zlib libraries.
I was under the impression that my method works with 1.5 but not with 1.6, hence I thought I might get some help here. I turns out I can no longer compile 1.5 this way, it results in the same error.
Something probably changed when upgraded my distro. It's a bit weird because there are no compilation errors and all dependencies seem to be resolved.
Does anyone know if I compile subversion javahl statically? Maybe that would allow me do it on 32bit OS and then copy single .so file and use it on 64bit machine?