Well thnx guys...
I tried, as proposed by various users and developers in response to my
query, using the -I<path of apr-$installedversion-config>. That
too did not work. Finally I managed to serve my purpose using gcc
command, executing apr-$installedversion-config file (ie apr-1-config
installed in /usr/local/apr/bin in my case). I use this file to print
the options required for complition using APR library.
Lately I realized that, I have mistaken your advice being a novice.
Here is a snapshot of what I used:
[root@a104cc-user86 bin]# gcc $(./apr-1-config --includes)
$(./apr-1-config --libs) $(./apr-1-config --link-ld) $(./apr-1-config
--cflags) $(./apr-1-config --cppflags) /cat.c
You people suggested to add same thing, what i have added to my command (but in a bit different way)...
Nick Kew wrote an excellent book on Apache 2 modules; the old "Writing
Apache Modules in Perl and C" is still somewhat relevant as well.
I would like to know if some one can help me with material on programming with APR.
Thnx alot guys...
B.Tech, Computer Engineering
Institute of Technology,