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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: [apreq-2] versioning system
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2003 22:47:06 GMT
Joe Schaefer wrote:
> Joe Schaefer <> writes:
>>Stas Bekman <> writes:
>>>Joe Schaefer wrote:
>>>>For instance, here are a few installation changes that could
>>>>result from following the apr guidelines:
>>>>  Now:          /usr/local/apache2/include     Suggested:
>>>That doesn't seem to be the case with apr, as it puts the include
>>>files in include/
>>Hmm, that sort of goes against their own recipe for
>>parallel installs.  Maybe you or I should ask dev@apr
>>and see if this was intentional, or just an oversight.
> Never mind, they do have the version number incorporated in
> apr's default layout (<apr> in config.layout).  Because httpd installs
> apr in an application-specific directory (not a system-wide one),
> it's ok to drop the apr version number.
> Not sure where this leaves us, since vendors sometimes install libapr
> and httpd in system-wide locations (ie /usr, not in /usr/local/apache2).
> I do not want to maintain a config.layout file for apreq, not even
> if it means tracking apr's config.layout from time to time.

whatever you choose is fine, since apreq2-config will tell where it is. And 
vendors will have to adjust apreq2-config if they change the default.

As suggested before use include/libapreq2/ to avoid collisions with future 

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