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From "Bill Stoddard" <stodd...@raleigh.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Where is ap_config_win32.h? Please help...
Date Wed, 17 May 2000 12:52:20 GMT

> > > HUH?  The ap_config.h in the tree sure looks ALOT like the 1.3.x
> > > version.  Is ap_config.h now autogenerated?  Does it belong in
> > > the tree?  If not I will be happy to copy an ap_config.hw to
> > > ap_config.h in the windows build, and alievate this issue.  But
> > > would you delete ap_config.h if it isn't static?
> >
> > I don't think it will be necessary to create ap_config.hw. Any Windows specific
#defines
> > can go into win32/os.h (or #ifdefed directly in ap_config.h). I suggest getting
the
server
> > to build on Windows in the most direct fashion then, once you have a picture of
what
was
> > required to getthe compile,  'do it right'. I suspect a few well placed #ifdefs
in
> > ap_config.h or code in os/win32/os.h will fix most problems.
>
> I dislike this idea.

Which idea?

> I suggest putting all of the Windows defines in the
> ap_config.h file directly.

Ahh, okay. This was idea #1. +1

> One of the problems that we just solved with
> my change, is that the configure code was spread across too many files,
> and it wasn't clear which files were being used.  Now, we are talking
> about adding a third file, and hiding it in src/os/win32.  This is a
> recipe for disaster.

Actually the file already exists. Its os.h. I've been trimming it down and now its time to
get rid of it entirely.

Bill


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