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From Steve Hay <>
Subject Re: [RELEASE CANDIDATE] libapreq2 2.08-RC3
Date Tue, 11 Jul 2006 08:53:12 GMT
Issac Goldstand wrote:
> It didn't unpack on win32 using 7-zip either...  But GNU tar (the native
> binary from the unixutils project on sf, not under cygwin) worked ok
> (except for symbolic links, but that shouldn't be so bad).

Worked OK for me using WinZip.

> I wanted to test the build, since Randy said he couldn't, but ran into
> troubles compiling mod_perl (my gut feeling is that it's related to all
> the apr-1.lib files, and the version of apxs, et al, (at least the one I
> have), seems to be giving the wrong lib names) - and haven't had time to
> really look at that.  It's odd because I don't think libapreq has this
> issue, as it builds the C library quite nicely.

I know that I had trouble with lib names in earlier RC's, but Randy 
sorted out the problems with changes to various components.

Make sure you are using the latest mod_perl sources from SVN and you 
must get the latest apxs from 
(version 0.4).


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