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From (Ralf S. Engelschall)
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3/src Configuration.tmpl
Date Fri, 13 Mar 1998 09:57:15 GMT
rse         98/03/13 01:57:15

  Modified:    src      Configuration.tmpl
  More detailed documentation to make sure the user
  knows how to enable shared object support and to
  avoid PR's because they had used SharedModule but
  not included mod_so itself :-(
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.86      +8 -3      apache-1.3/src/Configuration.tmpl
  Index: Configuration.tmpl
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-1.3/src/Configuration.tmpl,v
  retrieving revision 1.85
  retrieving revision 1.86
  diff -u -r1.85 -r1.86
  --- Configuration.tmpl	1998/03/12 18:17:14	1.85
  +++ Configuration.tmpl	1998/03/13 09:57:14	1.86
  @@ -54,17 +54,22 @@
   # Makefile configuration (Shared Object support)
   # There is experimental support for compiling Apache Modules as
  -# shared objects. This feature can be enabled for each module
  +# shared objects and loading them under runtime without
  +# recompilation when the module mod_so is enabled (see below).
  +# The shared object feature then can be enabled for each module
   # individually by replacing the `AddModule' command of the
   # corresponding module line below with `SharedModule' and
  -# changing the filename extension from `.o' to `.so'.
  +# changing the filename extension from `.o' to `.so'. 
   # The Configure script currently has only limited built-in
   # knowledge on how to compile shared objects because this is
   # heavily platform-dependend. Currently only Linux, FreeBSD,
   # Solaris, SunOS and IRIX are supported out-of-the-box. For other
   # platforms where you want to use the `SharedModule' directive
  -# you have to provide the appropriate flags here.
  +# you first have to make sure it supports the dlopen() system
  +# call and then you have to provide the appropriate compiler and
  +# linker flags here to create the shared object files on your
  +# particular platform.

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