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From Dean Gaudet <>
Subject Re: Timeframe for 1.3?
Date Wed, 03 Sep 1997 00:18:34 GMT
Oh yeah, related to this ... multidirectory projects I've worked on
frequently have an include directory where all the .hs live ... so that
only a single -I is necessary rather than having to -I all the different


On Tue, 2 Sep 1997 wrote:

> > More seriously, if you are planning on PHP 3.0 being out in the next few
> > months you would be well advised to have 1.2 support, even if it isn't
> > pretty.  Or you could include a patch to make the 1.2 Configure do the 1.3
> > stuff with it.
> Perhaps we could sneak the 1.3-style Configure code into 1.2.5 if for some
> reason a 1.2.5 becomes necessary?
> The other problem I have is that the httpd.h file is in different places
> between the two versions.  In order to figure out which version I am dealing
> with I need to check the MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER in httpd.h.
> Right now for PHP 3.0 I have to tell the user to go to his Apache directory
> and look around for httpd.h somewhere under there.  And once found, to 
> start the PHP configure script with something like:
>   ./configure --with-apache=/usr/local/src/apachen/src/main
> I suppose I could write something which did the hunting for them and just
> have them enter the top-level Apache dir.
> -Rasmus

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