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From j...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: httpd-apreq INSTALL.MacOSX
Date Thu, 02 Jan 2003 20:21:19 GMT
joes        2003/01/02 12:21:19

  Added:       .        INSTALL.MacOSX
  Log:
  Added David Wheeler's INSTALL.MacOSX docs.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  httpd-apreq/INSTALL.MacOSX
  
  Index: INSTALL.MacOSX
  ===================================================================
  Mac OS X 10.2
  =============
  
  On Mac OS X 10.2.x Jaguar, the C and Perl libraries must be installed
  separately. Here's how to do it.
  
  % cd httpd-apreq-1.x
  % sh BUILD.sh
  
  Unpack the libapreq tarball, change into the source code diretory, and then
  run the BUILD.sh script. This prepares the libapreq sources to build the C
  library. Note that running BUILD.sh is actually optional if the libapreq
  sources are freshly unpacked.
  
  % ./configure --with-apache-includes=/usr/include/httpd
  % make
  % sudo make install
  
  We need to tell configure where to find the apache includes directory. The
  default Apple install of Apache puts these files in /usr/includ/httpd. If
  you've compiled and installed your own Apache, you'll need to point to the
  directory into which you have installed the include files, such as
  /usr/local/apache/include. Once configure is done doing its thing, run "make"
  and then "sudo make install" to install the C library.
  
  Next, the normal Perl build of libapreq should work. Note that you'll need
  libwwwperl and URI installed in order to run make test.
  
  % perl Makefile.PL
  % make
  % make test
  % sudo make install
  
  Mac OS X 10.1
  =============
  
  On Mac OS X 10.1, the libapreq API must be statically compiled into the Apache
  binary using the experimental patch in the patches directory. This means that
  libapreq cannot be used with Apple's Apache install; a new Apache server must
  be built from source, instead.
  
  To apply the patch to the Apache sources (assuming the apache-1.3.XX source is
  along side of the apreq-1.x source):
  
  % cd apache-1.3.xx
  % patch -p0 < ../httpd-apreq-1.x/patches/apache-1.3+apreq.patch
  % cp ../httpd-apreq-1.x/c/*.[ch] src/lib/apreq
  
  If you've installed Perl and mod_perl in the default Darwin locations, you'll
  next need to set the PER5LIB environment variable to "/Library/Perl" so that
  the new mod_perl modules you install are preferred to the ones in
  /System/Library/Perl when Apache compiles. Use "setenv" under tsch:
  
  % setenv PERL5LIB /Library/Perl
  
  Or "export" under bash or zsh:
  
  % export PER5LIB=/Library/Perl
  
  Now build and install Apache (+modperl) as normal. Make sure that you use
  APACI, as the libapreq patch requires it. For example, if you're letting
  mod_perl's Makefile build Apache, configure it like this:
  
  % cd mod_perl-1.xx
  % perl Makefile.PL USE_APACI=1  EVERYTHING=1
  
  If you want to use Apache::Request and Apache::Cookie, you'll also need to
  remove the -lapreq linking flags within Request/Makefile.PL and
  Cookie/Makefile.PL, before doing the perl build of libapreq. The following
  commands should do the trick:
  
  % cd ../httpd-apreq-1.x
  % perl -pi.bak -e 's/-lapreq//' Request/Makefile.PL Cookie/Makefile.PL
  
  And finally, the normal Perl build of libapreq should work. Note that you'll
  need libwwwperl and URI installed in order to run make test.
  
  % perl Makefile.PL
  % make
  % make test
  % sudo make install
  
  
  
  

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