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From Marc Slemko <ma...@worldgate.com>
Subject Re: apache/linux modules
Date Tue, 03 Feb 1998 03:35:57 GMT
Oh, and look at the FreeBSD port for how they do it without major hacking
of files other than Configuration.

On Mon, 2 Feb 1998, Cristian Gafton wrote:

> On Mon, 2 Feb 1998, Dean Gaudet wrote:
> 
> > > This turns into a religiuos war. You defend your point at any price, no
> > > matter what, aren't you ?
> > 
> > Unlike you?
> 
> Yes, unlike me, I am quitting this discussion. I am too a very big fan of
> the "if ain't broke don't fix it" approach. I just hoped that given the
> fact that currently there is a development cycle going on somebody might
> listen. But  it is obvious that this issue was debated to death on this
> mailing list and there were no conclusions in the end.
> 
> And the whole dispute went from using another configuration path, more
> widely used in the unix world to things like switching to GPL, using too
> much of the FSF things, etc. 
> 
> > If you have to edit anything other than Configuration then you're doing
> > something wrong or we've got a bug in our code.  Please show an example of
> > where you need to edit something other than Configuration.
> 
> - Patching httpd.h to accomodate the Linux File System standard
> (installing by default in the /usr/local is broken, having apache look by
> default in /usr/local/etc is also broken) 
> - Patching Makefile to accomodate different compiler args on Alpha, Sparc
> and Intel
> 
> So, "I am in" for using Configure.
> 
> Cristian
> --
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Cristian Gafton   --   gafton@redhat.com   --   Red Hat Software, Inc.
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  UNIX is user friendly. It's just selective about who its friends are.
> 
> 


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