[cvsnt-dev] alloc error when using install-strip

Jens Miltner jum at mac.com
Thu Jan 11 16:21:53 GMT 2007

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I have rebuilt cvsnt locally for Mac OS X (Intel).
When I use "make install-strip" to install cvsnt, I get an error  
about illegal allocations when cvsnt runs the triggers.
When I just use "make install" to install cvsnt, I don't get this error.

I can't see how stripping would affect the execution other than some  
symbols might be missing, in which case I shouldn't get allocation  
errors but rather some runtime exception when it tries to access a  
non-exisiting symbol?

Any ideas? Has anybody else seen this problem?
And why doesn't this happen with the distributed Mac OS X Intel  
binaries, which, AFAIK, are built using the "build-mac-multi" script  
in cvsnt/osx/, which also uses "make install-strip" to install the  
distribution files?


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