Install multiple versions side-by-side #6

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tivolix commented Sep 19, 2011

Attempt to install multiple versions of CouchDB.

Command used:
rake git="git://git.apache.org/couchdb.git tags/0.10.0"
install=/path/to/couchdb/dependencies
couchdb_build=/path/to/couchdb/0.10.0

Failed with "rake aborted!" Here is the result rake.log: https://gist.github.com/1226942
Operating system: Ubuntu 10.04

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Hi! I think the error begins at line 1172: https://gist.github.com/1226942#L1172

Despite the documentation, I do not actually recall ever building CouchDB version 0.10. It is possible that the included Javascript is incompatible.

If you clean and rebuild everything except using tags/0.11.0 does it complete successfully?

If so, I will add an older Spidermonkey for older builds. Thanks!

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Hi! I think the error begins at line 1172: https://gist.github.com/1226942#L1172

Despite the documentation, I do not actually recall ever building CouchDB version 0.10. It is possible that the included Javascript is incompatible.

If you clean and rebuild everything except using tags/0.11.0 does it complete successfully?

If so, I will add an older Spidermonkey for older builds. Thanks!

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Tried with tags 0.11.2 and upward and everything works just fine, however tag 0.11.0 failed also. Thanks for the hint.
I think the issue is now resolved, the problem seems with older versions of CouchDB only.

tivolix commented Sep 19, 2011

Tried with tags 0.11.2 and upward and everything works just fine, however tag 0.11.0 failed also. Thanks for the hint.
I think the issue is now resolved, the problem seems with older versions of CouchDB only.

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