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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject Re: building 2.0.32 on Darwin
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2002 11:41:52 GMT
"Sander Temme" <sctemme@covalent.net> wrote:

> Ran into the quoting problem that Pier also encountered. This affects
> building SO modules on Darwin. Quick fix:
> 
> --- httpd-2.0.32/srclib/apr/configure.bak       Thu Feb 14 00:14:57 2002
> +++ httpd-2.0.32/srclib/apr/configure   Sat Feb 16 14:20:08 2002
> @@ -7116,7 +7116,7 @@
>    # FIXME: Relying on posixy $() will cause problems for
>    #        cross-compilation, but unfortunately the echo tests do not
>    #        yet detect zsh echo's removal of \ escapes.
> -    archive_cmds='$nonopt $(test "x$module" = xyes && echo -bundle || echo
> -dynamiclib) $allow_undefined_flag -o $lib $libobjs $deplibs$linker_flags
> -install_name $rpath/$soname $verstring'
> +    archive_cmds='$nonopt $(test "x$module" = "xyes" && echo -bundle ||
> echo -dynamiclib) $allow_undefined_flag -o $lib $libobjs
> $deplibs$linker_flags -install_name $rpath/$soname $verstring'
>    # We need to add '_' to the symbols in $export_symbols first
>    #archive_expsym_cmds="$archive_cmds"' && strip -s $export_symbols'
>    hardcode_direct=yes
> 
> (also attached because my mailer wraps lines)
> 
> Real fix: the problem is in libtool, to wit in
> /usr/local/share/aclocal/libtool.m4. Get a better libtool that does this
> right; re-run buildconf which sucks in libtool.m4. Unhappily outside the
> scope of Apache. 

Exactly... Without a proper glibtool fix, each time you re-run configure,
well, you're screwed... Unless APR doesn't accept my patch to load DSO not
compiled as MH_BUNDLE as well (it might be required in few other places...)

Justyn, any news on that?

> Mod_ssl breaks on a symbol conflict. I'll try to pay it some attention. [...]

Had a lot of problems building against the OpenSSL version shipped with
OS/X, and at the end the only solution was to recompile it... Will see if I
find some problems (although mod_ssl has zero priority for me :)

> Strangely enough, I'm getting a 404 with Mac Internet Explorer on
> http://localhost:8080/index.html. The same request on / goes OK, requesting
> index.html on Omniweb (the cool browser that gives you a dump of all http
> activity) shows no surprises. Microsoft fooness in supplying language
> information? Dunno.

Don't have any problem on that... Weird...

    Pier


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