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From Dean Gaudet <dgau...@arctic.org>
Subject Re: The beginnings of a libap setup
Date Tue, 21 Oct 1997 04:46:50 GMT
+1

Oh note that #include "../main/md5.h" or whatever in htdigest.c isn't
needed -- well it can be replaced by just "md5.h" since -I../main is in
the includes now. 

Dean

On Sat, 18 Oct 1997, Manoj Kasichainula wrote:

> I started playing with adding a libap to the Apache compilation
> process a few hours ago. I now have a basic structure in place for how
> libap will work, and have moved ap_signal into libap. With these basic
> changes, the root-level make now completes (and runs, AFAICT). I've
> attached the patch below. To save a little trouble of wading thorugh
> the source, here's the gist of the changes to the structure:
> 
> * new libap directory, containing source files, Makefile, and libap.h
> 
> * -Ilibap (and all associated ".."'s) is added to every CFLAGS
>   whereever -Imain is present 
> 
> * httpd.h includes libap.h for now, since I figure all modules will
>   eventually use something from libap.
> 
> * ap_signal has been moved
> 
> Stuff still to do:
> 
> * Test more, of course
> 
> * Add more functions based on time constraints, interest for move
>   libap functions, and interest for putting this in 1.3b3 dictates
> 
> * Fix some dependancies (right now, "make support" will fail unless
>   "make src" has been done first. 
> 
> Comments? I'm posting at this point mainly to solve the "make support"
> problem now pending and to learn about anything I might be screwing up
> before I get deep into moving stuff around.
> 
> -- 
> Manoj Kasichainula - manojk at io dot com - http://www.io.com/~manojk/
> "I am the key on the sardine can of justice!" - Darkwing Duck
> 

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