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Subject Re: APR's thread-detection heuristics
Date Wed, 03 May 2000 11:40:14 GMT

> >That works for now, but there are things that Apache may require,
> >as far as pre-loading, seperate from APR which would require
> >it's own platforms.m4-type file. So we may be "overloading"
> >platforms.m4 beyond what is "just" meant for APR.
> My opinion is that all configuration platform issues for Apache should be
> handled in APR, whether or not APR code requires it.  httpd should
> only have to use what APR generates.

I'm not quite agreeing with you 100%, but I definately agree
95-99%.  :-)  Right now, we do a lot of checks in both places.  This is
stupid.  Apache should just be using what APR defines, and the Apache
configure script should be minimal.


Ryan Bloom               
406 29th St.
San Francisco, CA 94131

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