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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24453] - Building "buildbin" installs lots of extra cruft
Date Sun, 23 Nov 2003 18:37:45 GMT
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Building "buildbin" installs lots of extra cruft





------- Additional Comments From apache-bugzilla@bakerweb.biz  2003-11-23 18:37 -------
I'm sorry for spamming this bug, but now I'm really confused. You mean the
release builds of Apache are filled up with debug symbols and debug code? If so,
how do you build a "true" optimized copy? And, if there is no "debug build" why
does the makefile have debug options?:

# Targets are:
#   _apacher   - build Apache in Release mode
#   _apached   - build Apache in Debug mode
#   installr   - build and install a Release build
#   installd   - build and install a Debug build
#   clean      - remove (most) generated files
#   _cleanr    - remove (most) files generated by a Release build
#   _cleand    - remove (most) files generated by a Debug build

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