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From Kevin Tew <list...@ekstrom.org>
Subject Re: CVS head
Date Fri, 07 Jan 2005 17:07:45 GMT
Curt,
Sorry about that empty post, I was trying to get the list address.

WIN32:
I've used ant and done a lot of building open source projects from 
source, but I could use some pointers with cpptasks.
1. I have ant and cpptasks.
2. I've put cpptask in the ant/lib folder.
D:\buildlogging\logging-log4cxx>c:\apache-ant-1.6.2\bin\ant
Buildfile: build.xml

os-detect:

win-apr1-init:

win-init:

unix-apr0-init:

unix-apr1-init:

unix-init:

init:

config-check:

unix-prep:

check-config-msvc:

prep-config-msvc:

win-prep:

prep:

build-log4cxx:

BUILD FAILED
D:\buildlogging\logging-log4cxx\build.xml:260: The <cc> type doesn't 
support the
 nested "project" element.

How do you build apr on WIN32:
Try1: I tried pointing it to my apache sources, but the apr for 
apache-2.0.52 must not be head because it doesn't have the _32 _64 
atomic function.
Try2: I grabbed the apr cvs head, but the Visual Studio Projects don't 
import into visual studio.net 2003.  They say they are corrupt.  I've 
seen and fix this before with othre projects, but wanted to ask before I 
started digging.

Just for grins I tried to build on Linux ( Debian sid ), eventually I'll 
use it on both platforms but I need WIN32 first.
pulled the apr and log4cxx from CVS HEAD
I used aclocal-1,7 and automake-1.7 in autogen.sh
./configure --with-apr=../apr/
make
It seems to be building just fine.

Any suggestions for ant on WIN32,
Thanks for you help

Curt Arnold wrote:

> Just to give you a heads up if you haven't been following this for 
> long.  The current CVS used Ant (http://ant.apache.org) + cpptasks 
> (http://ant-contrib.sourceforge.net) to build log4cxx which also spits 
> out Visual Studio (and other IDE) project files.  The MSVC project 
> files in the CVS are woefully out of date and I should delete them.  
> If you have any questions, please feel free to ask or post any 
> observations on the list.
>
> Also, you replied to the Testing Strategy message but your message was 
> only quotes of the previous messages and contained no new content.  I 
> too hit the send button a little too fast at times.
>


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