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From Rob Hartill <hart...@hyperreal.com>
Subject Two small bugs in Apache 0.8.4 (fwd)
Date Thu, 03 Aug 1995 16:09:44 GMT

In the bug mail...

I remember David saying something similar about (2), so I hope it's already
fixed or cleared up.

Forwarded message:
> From nate@tripod.tripod.com  Sat Jul 29 12:58:51 1995
> From: Nathan J Kurz <nate@tripod.tripod.com>
> Message-Id: <199507291958.PAA23194@tripod.tripod.com>
> Subject: Two small bugs in Apache 0.8.4
> To: apache-bugs@mail.apache.org
> Date: Sat, 29 Jul 1995 15:58:52 -0400 (EDT)
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> Well, I got a little impatient waiting for the official release of the
> new version, so I started playing with the pre-release.  I got it up
> and running with only a couple of rough areas.
> 
> System:  SunOS 4.1.4; Sparc 10/51; Apache 0.8.4
> 
> 1)  conf.h: 
> > #if defined(SUNOS4) && !defined(__SUNPRO_C)
> > /* Prototypes needed to get a clean compile with gcc -Wall.
> >  * Believe it or not, these do have to be declared, at least on SunOS,
> >  * because they aren't mentioned in the relevant system headers.
> >  * Sun Quality Software.  Gotta love it.
> 
> I have the GNU libraries installed, and get a bunch of:
> > conf.h:361: conflicting types for `strcasecmp'
> > /usr/GNU/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-sunos4.1.3/2.6.0/include/string.h:32:
> > previous declaration of `strcasecmp'
> > conf.h:362: conflicting types for `strncasecmp'
> > /usr/GNU/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-sunos4.1.3/2.6.0/include/string.h:34:
> > previous declaration of `strncasecmp'
> etc.
> > make: *** [alloc.o] Error 1
> 
> I had to comment out that part of conf.h to get things to compile.
> Perhaps a check to see if the GNU includes are there before declaring
> in conf.h?
> 
> 2) httpd -f "alternate conf file"
> This wasn't working for me.  It was always defaulting to using
> /usr/local/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf no matter what I told it to use,
> whether I tried "httpd", "httpd -f conf/httpd.conf", or "httpd -f
> /home/sun/nkurz/apache_0.8.4/conf/httpd.conf".  
> Using "httpd -d ." worked, but this hasn't been necessary with NCSA.
> 
> All for now.  Otherwise it seems to be working nicely!  Thanks for all
> the good work...
> 
> nate@tripod.com
> 
> 


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