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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: Native Build Dependancies
Date Thu, 16 Dec 2004 03:25:31 GMT
Bill Barker wrote:
> Currently Gump is reporting that 'jakarta-tomcat-jk-native-configure' is 
> failing, but this is really because 'jakarta-tomcat-jk-native-buildconf' is 
> failing (but not with a status code, so Gump has no way of knowing this). 
> The reason is that the script depends on automake being 
> installed.  As I see it, there are three options:
> 1) Have some nice person install automake someplace where it will be in the 
> $PATH when Gump runs.
> 2) Have some nice person install automake as an installed package, modify 
> the metadata  to <depend> on it, and modify the Gump code for <script> to

> place the <depend>s in the $PATH.  This is like $CLASSPATH for <ant>.
> 3) Kill off jakarta-tomcat-jk-native*.  Since mod_jk isn't really being 
> developed for httpd/2.1.x, this isn't as drastic as it sounds.

the preferred "gumpy way" would be #2, but I could stick for both #1 and 
#2 either way.

i can do #1 in a second, I might need a little help for #2... also the 
question is: once we start with these native dependencies how far off 
should we go? OS? ;-)


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