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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34384] - @exp_errordir@
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2005 15:44:36 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From GinEric@Musics.com  2005-10-17 17:44 -------
(In reply to comment #5) 
> I can confirm this bug on a Windows 2000 system using MSI. 
>  
 
Since it was a simple matter to change the missed path in the httpd.conf file 
and it worked, I haven't seen much else of it. 
 
I think what's important is the suggestion that other developers follow 
Apache's lead and start using the "layout" approach and perhaps everyone should 
consider helping a little on developing something standard for inclusion of 
LAYOUT.c  DECLARATIONS.c  and  PATHS.c 
 
Then, it would just be a matter of using something like lxr to find a bad 
compiled object after either a bad compile error report or a regular binary 
error report during run time. 
 
 

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