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From "Bennett, Tony - CNF" <>
Subject RE: apache httpd with C++ on AIX
Date Wed, 04 May 2005 23:17:08 GMT
Sorry, I can't help you with APXS...
...I've never used it.... I've always "built from scratch".


	From: Balaji [] 
	Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 4:02 PM
	Subject: RE: apache httpd with C++ on AIX

	Hi Tony,

	            Thanks for the info. I will try "configure" with
these options. But which is the parameter here that will make a
difference. I had exported CC earlier. You are suggesting to set
CPPFLAGS. But how will this preprocessor directive make a difference?
Sorry if I am asking too many questions but I am trying to understand.






	From: Bennett, Tony - CNF [] 
	Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 3:49 PM
	Subject: RE: apache httpd with C++ on AIX


	Here's how I configure Apache 2.0.52 for AIX, prior to issuing a

		CC="xlc_r"; export CC
		"./configure" \
		"--prefix=/usr/local/apache" \
		"--with-mpm=worker" \
		"--without-berkeley-db" \
		"--enable-dav=static" \
		"--enable-dav_fs=static" \
		"--with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl" \
		"--enable-ssl=static" \
		"--with-egd=/etc/entropy" \






		From: Balaji [] 
		Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 3:11 PM
		Subject: apache httpd with C++ on AIX


		            I am trying to compile an apache httpd
module using a makefile and not using apxs. But when I try to boot
apache, it throws the following error


		Syntax error on line 238 of

		Cannot load
/home/rbalaji/usr/local/apache2/modules/ into server: \t0

		509-026 System error: Cannot run a file that does not
have a valid format.


		Looks like apxs binds in some flags and generates some
register functions into the files before compiling. I am really not sure
what it does. 

		            But originally, if I have a class keyword in
my source files, apxs doesnot compile it at all. I am using xlc compiler
on AIX and I have configured apache to use this compiler before the
configure stage itself. Can anybody tell me what the missing link is? Is
it impossible to work with C++ on apache. (sounds illogical though)

		Your help will really really be significant to solve one
of our problems.



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