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From Stefan Hett <ste...@egosoft.com>
Subject Re: minor APR 1.5.2 build error on Windows
Date Mon, 22 Jun 2015 10:58:01 GMT
Hi Gregg,
> On 6/22/2015 2:49 AM, Stefan Hett wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I just tested building APR 1.5.2 from source on windows, following 
>> the instructions from the readme file.
>> compiling (aka: nmake -f Makefile.win) succeeded without problems, 
>> but the following install command (aka: nmake -f Makefile.win 
>> PREFIX=FOO install) failed with return code 0x1:
>> copy Release/libapr-1.pdb "..\apr-dist\bin\" <.y
>> The system cannot find the file specified.
>> NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'copy' : return code '0x1'
>> Stop.
>> Without looking at the build script I assume that the PDB is not 
>> created for Release builds and therefore the file is missing.
>> Maybe worth either adjusting the linker/compiler settings so the PDB 
>> is also generated in Release builds or adding a file-existence-check 
>> prior to the copy operation, so building doesn't issue that error?
>> For me that's not a problem here. Just thought might be good to raise 
>> that point so that user experience with APR could be improved.
> But it is there, look at the Link line in libapr.mak
> /pdb:"$(OUTDIR)\libapr-1.pdb"
> It didn't get produced for some reason. What Visual C++ version are 
> you using?
Using Visual Studio 2010 SP1 here.

I'm not that familiar with APR internals. So pardon me if I'm wrong here.
I assume you are refering to apr/libapr.mak here. For instance in line 174.

I can see that the /pdb-parameter is specified. However I don't see the 
/debug parameter here. To my knowledge the /pdb parameter just specifies 
the output filename for the PDB. It doesn't actually specify that the 
PDB is to be generated (for which the /Debug parameter would be used 
for). Also see: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/kwx19e36.aspx

Am I on the wrong page here?


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