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From Luis Manuel Solla <so...@lucent.com>
Subject Re: Built APR tarball?
Date Tue, 01 Oct 2002 17:22:11 GMT
Yes, I'm trying to build mod_webapp, but I find it not easy at all!
	The APR "configure" script is quite twisted and it does not succeed on my
Solaris workstation.

	I would like to have servlets installed on the Apache 1.3.26. I know I need
Tomcat as the servlets engine linked to Apache. And to do so, I need the
mod_webapp, and the APR, and autoconf, and... 

Is there an easier way to run servlets on Apache?

Thanks.
-Luis


Pier Fumagalli wrote:
> 
> On 30/9/02 5:49 pm, "Cliff Woolley" <jwoolley@virginia.edu> wrote:
> 
> > On Mon, 30 Sep 2002, Luis Manuel Solla wrote:
> >
> >> I've been looking for a *built* tarball of the APR module, but I
> >> can't find an exact URL. I prefer built tarballs rather than source
> >> tarballs. Could anybody indicate an URL?
> >
> > Since we haven't released APR 1.0 yet, we haven't released any binary
> > builds.  Only source code.
> >
> > And just to be clear, APR isn't a module -- it's a library.  You mentioned
> > Apache 1.3.26; I know that somebody was working to get an Apache 1.3
> > module using APR, but I seem to recall it was nontrivial.  I guess I'm
> > just curious what you're wanting APR for if not to develop and if not to
> > run Apache 2.0 or Subversion with.
> 
> If it is for mod_webapp, it's _so_trivial_... You can download the sources
> and do something like
> 
> ./configure --with-apxs=/opt/apache-1.3/bin/apxs --with-apr=/usr/src/apr ...
> 
> I never had a problem with shoving APR in Apache 1.3 :-) Used to work
> beautifully! :-)
> 
>     Pier

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