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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Qpid M2.1 cpp build problems
Date Tue, 27 May 2008 13:01:06 GMT
Paul Gamble wrote:
> This might be pure stupidity/ignorance on my part, but any pointers to
> fixing this would be gratefully accepted.
> I'm attempting to build the M2.1 cpp Qpid broker and client on Linux Mint
> v4.0 (based on Ubuntu "Gutsy") without much success.
> If I perform a default build (./bootstrap; ./configure; make; make install)
> after ensuring that all the pre-requisites (including installing Apache
> Runtime Library) have been met, it completes successfully. However,
> attempting to run the broker gives me the following error:
> root@withnail:~# /usr/local/sbin/qpidd
> Error [90023] This function has not been implemented on this pl
> (sys/apr/LFProcessor.cpp:46)
> root@withnail:~#

That sounds like apr is getting confused in determining the platform and 
therefore the appropriate support for pollset creation. I'm not an 
expert on apr so can't suggest anything that might cause this off the 
top of my head (it should just use epoll on linux I believe). Maybe 
worth googling whether anyone else has had any apr issue on Linux Mint 

> If I attempt to build whilst specifying configure's "--disable-apr", the
> build fails

I don't believe M2.1 can be built without apr; the alternative was to my 
recollection never completed on that branch (Alan, Andrew can you confirm?).

If you want to run a c++ based broker, the one on trunk is now far ahead 
of whats on M2.1 so that might be worth looking at (it implements a 
later version of the AMQP spec as well which is something to be aware of 

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