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From Randy Terbush <ra...@Covalent.NET>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Configuration (4/4): TARGET name
Date Tue, 01 Dec 1998 19:51:21 GMT

I'll take that as a +1 :-)


Wilfredo Sanchez <wsanchez@apple.com> writes:
> | Is it really worth it?
> 
> Well, it would be useful to me; on Mac OS X we call the binary /usr/sbin/apache.
> The reason is that we might want to provide users with other web server options
> as well, and calling them all httpd is at best vague.  Additionally we expect that
> our users will know why there are a few 'apache' processes running on the
> system, but they might not know what the hell all these httpd things are.  It's a
> user-visible string, and clarity is a good thing.
> 
> That said, the diffs that remain in my version of apache from the standard 1.3.3
> are all at this point with:
> 
> 	1) build outside the source tree
> 	2) make the installed files fit into our filesystem layout.
> 
> #1 is in the queue to go in, and #2 has been waiting on #1 to happen, but it looks
> like Ralfs patches here will go at least part of the way. They --with-layout=foo
> idea is a good one for me, since presumably, I can extend it to meet our needs.
> Presently I've added a bunch of options like --documentroot=foo and --cgibin=foo.
> 
> So all this stuff is looking pretty good for me.
> 
> 	-Fred
> 
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> 	      Wilfredo Sanchez | wsanchez@apple.com | 408.974-5174
> 	Apple Computer, Inc., 1 Infinite Loop 302.4K, Cupertino, CA 95014
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