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From Andy Cutright <acutri...@borland.com>
Subject Re: compatibility with C++ modules
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2002 20:53:21 GMT
hi,

so could you possibly speak those unspeakable hacks you've made to 
apache to run c++ modules on hp? we're trying to get a c++ module linked 
into 2.0.39. any help would be appreciated. we can take this particular 
aspect of the discussion out of this forum, if you'd prefer,

cheers
andy

Jeff Trawick wrote:

> At about the same time recently that I was doing horrible,
> uncommittable hacks to the build to get Apache 2.0 to support C++
> modules on HP-UX, somebody wrote a PR against Apache 1.3 pointing out
> the same issue I encountered: If httpd is to properly support C++
> modules, it may need to be linked with something other than the C
> compiler front-end, depending on the compiler and the platform.
> 


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