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From Vladimir Dudov <du...@relexus.com>
Subject Re: mod_apreq without perl
Date Tue, 04 Nov 2003 22:14:00 GMT
"perl Makefile.PL" doesn't work without apache-test.
What perl distribution should I use to get a working apache-test?

--Vladimir

Randy Kobes wrote:

>On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, Vladimir Dudov wrote:
>
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>>I would like build libapreq2.dll and mod_apreq.so by myself. What are
>>the required steps?
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>Assuming VC++, all that should be required is, from the
>httpd-apreq-2 top-level directory,
>
>    perl Makefile.PL
>    nmake
>    nmake test
>    nmake install
>
>The tests under env/t/ need Apache-Test. The first line may
>need some input from you if it can't find the Apache2
>directory; you can specify this explicitly as
>
>   perl Makefile.PL --with-apache2=/path/to/installed/Apache2
>
>This might also lead to a dialogue asking if you want to
>install a Win32 version of apxs, which will be needed to run
>the tests under env/t/.
>
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>>You got my vote for Win32 binaries as well.
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>Thanks - I'll do that.
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