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From s...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r110001 - /httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes /httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX
Date Mon, 06 Dec 2004 18:31:24 GMT
Author: stas
Date: Mon Dec  6 10:31:23 2004
New Revision: 110001

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?view=rev&rev=110001
Log:
MacOSX docs tweaks [David Wheeler <david kineticode.com>]

Modified:
   httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes
   httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX

Modified: httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes?view=diff&rev=110001&p1=httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes&r1=110000&p2=httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes&r2=110001
==============================================================================
--- httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes	(original)
+++ httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/Changes	Mon Dec  6 10:31:23 2004
@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@
 
 =item 1.33
 
+MacOSX docs tweaks [David Wheeler <david kineticode.com>]
+
 fix Makefile.PL to properly skip the test suite if A-T requirements
 weren't satisfied [Stas]
 

Modified: httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX?view=diff&rev=110001&p1=httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX&r1=110000&p2=httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX&r2=110001
==============================================================================
--- httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX	(original)
+++ httpd/apreq/branches/1.x/INSTALL.MacOSX	Mon Dec  6 10:31:23 2004
@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
 Mac OS X 10.2 and Later
 =======================
 
-On Mac OS X 10.2.x Jaguar and laterthe normal Perl build of libapreq should
+On Mac OS X 10.2.x Jaguar and later, the normal Perl build of libapreq should
 work. Note that you'll need Apache::TestMM, libwwwperl, and URI installed in
 order to run "make test". It's also a good idea to use the "-apxs" argument to
 Makefile.PL so that "make test" knows where to find and start your Apache
-server. This is especially true if you've compiled and isntalled your own
+server. This is especially true if you've compiled and installed your own
 Apache.
 
 % perl Makefile.PL -apxs /usr/sbin/apxs
@@ -21,10 +21,10 @@
 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
+To apply the patch to the Apache sources (assuming the apache-1.3.x source is
 along side of the libapreq-1.x source):
 
-% cd apache-1.3.xx
+% cd apache-1.3.x
 % patch -p0 < ../libapreq-1.x/patches/apache-1.3+apreq.patch
 % cp ../libapreq-1.x/c/*.[ch] src/lib/apreq
 
@@ -50,13 +50,6 @@
 APACI_ARGS; this seems to be required to compile Apache with mod_perl
 on Mac OS X. If you compile Apache by hand, you'll need to pass the
 "--without-execstrip" option to its ./configure script.
-
-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:
-
-% 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.

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