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From Cristian Gafton <gaf...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: apache/linux modules
Date Mon, 02 Feb 1998 22:38:25 GMT
On Mon, 2 Feb 1998, Dean Gaudet wrote:

> *But* since I expect autoconf would eliminate the rather annoying porting
> bug reports we get I'm mostly for it.  I just don't want to --have --to
> --specify --sixteen --million --command --line --options --when --building
> --a --static --server. 

I completely agree. The basic ./configure command should do what now the
./Configure script does. If you want fancy features, be prepared to
--give --fifty-thousand --command --line arguments. I don't much care how
many they are, I just want to have the options. For a distribution maker
that means sticking the parameters into a spec file for the package and
rebuilding from that point without having to worry about porting
distribution-specific patches to new code bases.

So I am not suggestinga complicated way to do simple things... All the new
users should note is the difference in spelling between ./Configure and
./configure - nothing more.

Cristian
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