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From Guenter Knauf <efl...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: [PATCH] apr_arch_internal_time.h patch to fix prototype
Date Thu, 29 Apr 2004 21:59:38 GMT
>    If we add APR_DECLARE() to the prototype, it will cause this function
> to be included in the export list.  Since this is a NetWare specific API
> similar to the Unix specific API (apr_unix_setup_time()), I'm not sure
> that we want to expose this function outside of APR.  If applications
> writers call either of these functions, they cease to be platform
> independent.  Is there a reason why either of these functions should be
> exposed outside of APR?
hmm, I found this while on the svn port; 
I tried to link with libprews.o which uses this function, so I looked it up and found the
difference between prototype and function...
its probably better to write my own libprews code without using this function....

for now I have linked apr statically; also because we cant deal with 2 apr in the same address
space, and I'm not sure yet with svn how its designed: while the sources seems to come with
the 2.0.49 APR 0.9.5 tag, the mod_authz_svn module seems to be for Apache 2.1....

thanks, Guenter.

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