[darwinbuild] No luck building

darwinbuild at spam.turbolink.net darwinbuild at spam.turbolink.net
Wed Jul 27 08:30:06 PDT 2005

On Tue, 26 Jul 2005, Kevin Van Vechten wrote:

> I fixed the problem regarding -init 8B15.  That should work now.
> Yes, in general darwinbuild will automatically fetch any necessary header 
> files.  But unfortunately in this case the automount sources themselves are 
> broken.  They should not reference URLMountPrivate.h since that header is not 
> publicly available.  At this time, it is not possible to build automount 
> as-is outside Apple.

Ah, it figures that the first thing I pick to take a look at is broken...

Thanks for the guidance.

- Mike

> On Jul 26, 2005, at 11:37 AM, darwinbuild at spam.turbolink.net wrote:
>> Ok, so I find a bug in the automounter where it ignores the readahead value 
>> set.  I figured I'd download the source and simply fix the problem myself. 
>> I downloaded the tar.gz file and tried to build it with no success, it's 
>> missing header files it needs.
>> In searching for the headers I came across darwinbuild, which seems like 
>> exactly what I need:  I specify the package, it resolves the dependencies 
>> and builds it.  Perfect.
>> So I download 0.6 and follow all the instructions exactly.  I do 
>> "darwinbuild -init 8B15" which works, then a "darwinbuild automount", which 
>> fails to locate files.root.tar.gz.  Ok, so I make a new directory and try 
>> "darwinbuild -init 8A428" which again works, and then "darwinbuild 
>> automount".  This runs for a long time, downloading dependencies I suppose, 
>> then tries to build the target.
>> This fails with the same header files missing (URLMount.h, 
>> URLMountPrivate.h) it did originally.
>> Where exactly are these header files supposed to come from?  Am I incorrect 
>> in assuming that darwinbuild will find and install headers that are 
>> required for building?
>> Thanks for any info...
>> - Mike

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