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From Dean Gaudet <>
Subject Re: cvs commit: apache-1.3/src/include hide.h
Date Wed, 04 Mar 1998 21:39:09 GMT
I like this approach.  How do others feel?

But in order to do it right we'd either have to parse -Ds from
EXTRA_CFLAGS or we'd need add another directive to Configuration like:

Define FOOBAR blat

Er.  Actually there's a problem.

Doesn't mod_perl use `foobar` to generate some of its #defines?  We can't
put that into ap_config.h. 


On Wed, 4 Mar 1998 wrote:

> > This sort of thing leans me a lot towards ap_config.h containing
> > definitions... but there's still the catch-22, it won't exist before a
> > user has run Configure in apache, and so you'd need to Configure twice in
> > order to build php.
> Not a big problem.  Typically people will have installed Apache before
> adding mod_php to it.  However, it might be useful to add a switch to
> Apache's Configure program which tells it to do nothing except generate
> ap_config.h.  Then, from my end, if I see that ap_config.h is missing, I can
> run the Apache Configure script and have it generate this file.  The one
> slight trick here is that whenever somebody changes their Apache Configuration
> file, they should rebuild PHP because ap_config.h might have changed.  I 
> already suggest that people do this though, so that wouldn't be a change for 
> me.
> -Rasmus

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