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From Mads Toftum <>
Subject Re: Modules\ssl Query
Date Sun, 02 Jan 2005 21:45:35 GMT
On Mon, Jan 03, 2005 at 07:24:50AM +1100, NormW wrote:
> Greetings All and best wishes for the New Year.
> Trying a build of the mod_ssl in Apache 2.1 head for NetWare on a Winbox 
> (practice mostly) and find there are two files with 'odd' extensions:
>   ssl_expr_parse.y
>   ssl_expr_scan.l
> both of which seem to be supplied from, whose site does 
> not show support for Apache 2.

Uhm, no - they are part of mod_ssl.
> When I try to build using the NWGNUmakefile in the directory, 'make' 
> wants to run yacc against ssl_expr_parse.y, which, of course, fails. 
> Even more strangely, if I remove these two files from the directory, the 
> build goes through to completion and I get mod_ssl.nlm at the end.
Looks like you have a timestamp problem then - because they shouldn't
need to be rebuilt. The release script takes care of fixing those for
httpd releases - and you could do the same by making sure that the date
is more recent on the output files.

> Anyone able to elaborate on what these two files are for and wether or 
> not I really do need to install yacc?
You don't need to rebuild those files, so no need for yacc and friends.


Mads Toftum
`Darn it, who spiked my coffee with water?!' - lwall

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