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From <...@covalent.net>
Subject Re: libapr and --disable-shared?
Date Thu, 05 Jul 2001 13:50:53 GMT

> > > I am also worried with mod_webapp for Apache-2.0, what will happend when a
> > > internal typedef of APR comming from httpd will be used by mod_webapp and will
> > > be handled differently there because of different APR version?
> >
> > Who said that for Apache 2.0 there will be 2 different versions of APR? I
> > never did (I actually said quite the contrary, that it would be cool to link
> > against the HTTPd binary as they do in BeOS.
> Now a day it is a little stricky: to link staticly against httpd we need a
> config.m4 to put in httpd-2.0/modules/web_app and run autoconf to rebuild the
> configure of httpd-2.0...

This is not true.  Just use --with-module=generators:/path/to/mod_webapp
on the configure line.  This will copy mod_webapp into the generators
directory, and build it statically into Apache.  I don't know if this
works for modules with more than one file yet, but the same general logic
could be used if it doesn't, we just need to write an autoconf macro.


Ryan Bloom                        	rbb@apache.org
Covalent Technologies			rbb@covalent.net

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