[slicer-users] [slicer-devel] getbuildtest error- Slicer3.6 checkout

Steve Pieper pieper at bwh.harvard.edu
Wed Sep 29 14:45:32 EDT 2010


Looks like the 'locate' command is not set up on your machine (would 
need to run 'updatedb' as root to make it work).  But this is a side issue.

svn appears to be working for you except when it is being called from 
within the numpy build script.  I can't really explain that, but if it 
just started happening it's probably related to your machine config 
somehow - I don't think any of the build stuff for python in the 
slicer-3-6 branch has changed in a very long time...

-Steve


On 09/29/2010 02:35 PM, swallace at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu wrote:
> No luck:
>
> [panamint:Slicer3] (nmr-dev-env) locate libsvn_fs_util
> locate: can not open `/var/lib/mlocate/mlocate.db': No such file or directory
>
> Using a centos 5 machine and the Martinos environment, but haven't run
> into this error previously.
>
> On Wed, September 29, 2010 2:24 pm, Steve Pieper wrote:
>> Hi Stuart -
>>
>> That's odd - it looks like your svn command is failing when building
>> numpy.  At least for me on a ubuntu machine, the file it's complaining
>> about should be provided by the 'libsvn1' package and be installed in
>> /usr/lib.  Can you try something like the command below and see if it
>> shows up for you?
>>
>> pieper at boggs:~$ locate libsvn_fs_util
>> /usr/lib/libsvn_fs_util-1.so.1
>> /usr/lib/libsvn_fs_util-1.so.1.0.0
>>
>> I just tried deleting and rebuilding my python code and all worked fine.
>>
>> -Steve
>>
>> On 09/29/2010 01:39 PM, swallace at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> Get this error message when trying to run getbuildtest on Slicer3.6:
>>>
>>> panamint:swallace:1:31pm[96] ./Scripts/getbuildtest.tcl -t ""
>>> Sourcing
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3/slicer_variables.tcl
>>> Slicer3_HOME is
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3
>>> making with make -j 4
>>> running: svn switch http://svn.slicer.org/Slicer3/trunk
>>> At revision 15105.
>>>
>>> running: sh ./Scripts/genlib.tcl
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3/../Slicer3-lib
>>> -64
>>> Sourcing
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3/slicer_variables.tcl
>>> Slicer3_HOME is
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3
>>> running: svn co http://svn.scipy.org/svn/numpy/branches/1.3.x numpy
>>> Checked out revision 8716.
>>>
>>> running:
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3/../Slicer3-lib/python-build/bin/python
>>> ./setup.py build --fcompiler=xxx
>>> svn: error while loading shared libraries: libsvn_fs_util-1.so.0: cannot
>>> open shared object file: No such file or directory
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>>     File "./setup.py", line 104, in<module>
>>>       FULLVERSION += svn_version()
>>>     File "./setup.py", line 86, in svn_version
>>>       raise ValueError("Error while parsing svn version ?")
>>> ValueError: Error while parsing svn version ?
>>>
>>> child process exited abnormally
>>> 1
>>>       while executing
>>> "error $ret"
>>>       (procedure "runcmd" line 23)
>>>       invoked from within
>>> "runcmd $::Slicer3_LIB/python-build/bin/python ./setup.py build
>>> --fcompiler=xxx"
>>>       invoked from within
>>> "if {  [BuildThis $::NUMPY_TEST_FILE "python"]&&
>>> !$::USE_SYSTEM_PYTHON&&
>>> [string tolower $::USE_PYTHON] == "on" } {
>>>
>>>       set ::env(PYTHONHOME) $::Sli..."
>>>       (file "./Scripts/genlib.tcl" line 762)
>>>
>>> child process exited abnormally
>>> ERROR: failed to run getbuildtest: sh ./Scripts/genlib.tcl
>>> /autofs/space/birn_061/users/swallace/Slicer/slicer-source/Slicer3/../Slicer3-lib
>>> -64
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I checkd out the code from  http://svn.slicer.org/Slicer3/trunk.
>>>
>>> Many thanks,
>>>
>>> Stuart
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>>
>>
>>
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