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From David Wheeler <da...@kineticode.com>
Subject Re: Building on Red Hat 9
Date Sat, 27 Mar 2004 16:57:43 GMT
On Mar 27, 2004, at 7:29 AM, Joe Schaefer wrote:

> +1. My only objection to Stas' patch has been that, until now,
> noone had confirmed that it worked on OS/X.  Since we now know
> that this patch does, could you also please correct the
> INSTALL.MacOSX file?  Or can we just chuck it entirely now?

Does it need updating? We still have to compile the C libs first and 
then the Perl module, AFAIK. But looking it over, I do see it could use 
a few minor changes. Patch below.

> Thanks for nailing this down for us, David!

Sure.

David

--- INSTALL.MacOSX.~1.8.~	Thu Aug 14 12:40:32 2003
+++ INSTALL.MacOSX	Sat Mar 27 08:56:59 2004
@@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
-Mac OS X 10.2
-=============
+Mac OS X 10.2 and Later
+=======================

-On Mac OS X 10.2.x Jaguar, the C and Perl libraries must be installed
-separately. Here's how to do it.
+On Mac OS X 10.2.x Jaguar and later, the C and Perl libraries must be
+installed separately. Here's how to do it.

  % cd libapreq-1.x
  % sh BUILD.sh
@@ -20,10 +20,10 @@
  default Apple install of Apache puts these files in 
/usr/include/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"
+/usr/local/apache/include. Once configure has 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
+Now 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
@@ -70,10 +70,10 @@
  Be sure to pass the "--without-execstrip" argument to to the
  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.
+"--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
+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:

@@ -86,5 +86,3 @@
  % make
  % make test
  % sudo make install
-
-


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