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From Ian Holsman <i...@apache.org>
Subject Re: different module building semantics
Date Mon, 12 Aug 2002 20:43:07 GMT
Aryeh Katz wrote:
>>Aryeh Katz wrote:
>>
>>>In order to build the non-standard modules, configure requires a
>>>command line option of the form --enable-module-name. The problem
>>>with this (other than being unable to use the  --enable-module=)
>>>syntax, is that you can't choose to build as a shared library. This
>>>causes much work in order add a non-standard module, because you
>>>have to rebuild the entire server just to get one more module
>>>enabled. --- Aryeh Katz VASCO 			 www.vasco.com		
>>>
>>
>>Hi Aryeh.
>>have a look at apxs.
>>this might be a better approach for your development, as all you
>>require are the header files and the libraries to create a module.
> 
> I was referring to modules that are in the experimental directory...
you mean something like
"--enable-cache=shared"
doesn't work for you?
> 
> ---
> Aryeh Katz
> VASCO 			
> www.vasco.com		
> 



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