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From Randy Kobes <ra...@theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca>
Subject Re: Win32 build problems libapreq2-2.04_03-dev
Date Wed, 01 Sep 2004 17:26:44 GMT
On Tue, 31 Aug 2004, Craig Dayton wrote:

>
> Does anyone have an idea how to resolve either of the following errors when
> building libapreq2-2.04_03-dev on either a Windows 2000 Server or on Windows
> XP Pro (SP2)?
>
> Thanks, Craig
>
>
> Windows 2000 Server
> Apache/2.0.49 mod_perl/1.99_15 perl/v5.8.4
>
> The build process on W2K Server made it all the way to the 'nmake perl_glue'
> step on returned the following message.
>
> E:/Projects\libapreq2-2.04-dev\glue\perl\xsbuilder\Apache\Upload\Apache__Upl
> oad.
> h(20) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file:
> 'modperl_common_util.h': No such file or directory

I've cc'd the apreq list on this ...

The modperl_common_util.h header file should have been
copied over to your $APACHE2\include directory when you
installed mod_perl (assuming you compiled mod_perl yourself,
and are using a version >= 1.99_15). Is there a file
$APACHE2\include\modperl_common_util.h on your system (where
$APACHE2 is the root of your Apache2 installation)?

> ============================================================================
>
> Windows XP Professional SP2
> Apache/2.0.49 mod_perl/1.99_16 perl/v5.8.4
>
> After the 'nmake test' step the following error messages below were was
> returned. For some reason the 'nmake test' process thinks the root directory
> for Apache2 is on drive D: which in this case is a CD-ROM even though root
> directory has been explictly specified.
>
> >perl makefile.pl --with-apache2=E:\Apache2
> .
> .
> .
> Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility Version 7.10.3077
> Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
> .
> .
> >nmake test
>
> 22 tests run:  22 passed, 0 failed, 0 not implemented.
>
>         cd E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-
>         nmake /nologo /f E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\win32\test_cgi.mak
> CFG="test_c
> gi - Win32 Release" APACHE="E:\Apache2"
> APREQ_HOME="E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-" AP
> R_LIB="E:\Apache2\lib\libapr.lib" APU_LIB="E:\Apache2\lib\libaprutil.lib"
>         cl.exe /nologo /MD /W3 /O2 /D "WIN32" /D "NDEBUG" /D "_CONSOLE" /D
> "_MBC
> S" /I"E:\Apache2\include" /I"E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\src"
> /Fp"E:\Projects\LIBAP
> R~1.04-\win32\libs\test_cgi.pch" /YX
> /Fo"E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\win32\libs\\"
> /Fd"E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\win32\libs\\" /FD /c
> E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\env\t
> est_cgi.c
> test_cgi.c
>         link.exe @E:\DOCUME~1\cadayton\LOCALS~1\Temp\nm42.tmp
>         if not exist "E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\env\t\cgi-bin" mkdir
> "E:\Projects
> \LIBAPR~1.04-\env\t\cgi-bin"
>         copy E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\win32\libs\test_cgi.exe
> E:\Projects\LIBAPR
> ~1.04-\env\t\cgi-bin\test_cgi.exe
>         1 file(s) copied.
>         cd E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-
>         cd E:\Projects\LIBAPR~1.04-\env
>         E:\Perl\bin\perl.exe t\TEST.PL -apxs E:\Apache2\bin\apxs.bat
> [  debug] loading custom config data from:
> 'E:\Perl\site\lib\Apache\TestConfigData.pm'
> [  debug] overlaying custom config data
> APXS (E:\Apache2\bin\apxs.bat) query for SBINDIR failed
> APXS (E:\Apache2\bin\apxs.bat) query for TARGET failed
> APXS (E:\Apache2\bin\apxs.bat) query for SYSCONFDIR failed
>
> *** at this point a dialog appear request to mount drive D ***
>
> [  debug] configuring httpd
> [  debug] can't figure out Apache revision, from string: '', using a
> non-existin
> g revision 0
> [  debug] generating ..\c-modules\apache_httpd_test.h
> [  error] configure() has failed:
> Can't figure out what Apache server generation we are running at
> E:/Perl/site/lib/Apache/TestServer.pm line 98.
>
> [warning] forcing Apache::TestConfig object save
> [  debug] generating conf\apache_test_config.pm
> [  debug] saving config data to apache_test_config.pm
> [warning] run 't/TEST -clean' to clean up before continuing
> NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'E:\Perl\bin\perl.exe' : return code '0x1'
> Stop.

I'm not sure what the problem is here - all of the Apache
references above use E:\ as the drive, which appears
correct. When you did the 'perl Makefile.PL', did a
confirmation come up asking you which Apache to use? If so,
was it the correct one, including the drive letter?

Do you have an Apache/TestConfigData.pm somewhere on your
system, either in the main Perl tree or under a .apache-test
directory under, eg, C:\ or E:\? If so, does it help if you
move it out of the way and run the tests again?

-- 
best regards,
randy kobes

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