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Subject cvs commit: httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual cygwin.html
Date Thu, 16 May 2002 16:37:35 GMT
martin      02/05/16 09:37:35

  Modified:    htdocs/manual cygwin.html
  >attached is an update manual html page specific for the Cygwin
  >platform. Please review and add this to the current cvs tree.
  Submitted by:
  Reviewed by:	Martin
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.10      +76 -31    httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/cygwin.html
  Index: cygwin.html
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/cygwin.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.9
  retrieving revision 1.10
  diff -u -r1.9 -r1.10
  --- cygwin.html	11 Apr 2002 10:48:49 -0000	1.9
  +++ cygwin.html	16 May 2002 16:37:35 -0000	1.10
  @@ -11,7 +11,13 @@
     <body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000" link="#0000ff"
     vlink="#000080" alink="#ff0000">
  -    <!--#include virtual="header.html" -->
  +        <div align="CENTER">
  +      <img src="images/sub.gif" alt="[APACHE DOCUMENTATION]" /> 
  +      <h3>Apache HTTP Server</h3>
  +    </div>
       <h1 align="CENTER"><a id="help" name="help">Using Apache with
  @@ -78,6 +84,9 @@
         <li><a href="#inst">Configuring and Installing Apache for
  +		<li><a href="#winsock">Using Win32 native socket implementation
  +		instead</a></li>
         <li><a href="#run">Running Apache for Cygwin</a></li>
         <li><a href="#serv">Running Apache for Cygwin as a
  @@ -172,7 +181,7 @@
     DocumentRoot "/usr/local/apache/htdocs"
  -    <p><strong>What about performance?</strong><br />
  +    <p><strong>What about performance?</strong><br/>
        Apache for Cygwin is not as high-performance as Apache for
       Windows on the same hardware.</p>
  @@ -191,15 +200,16 @@
       networking must be installed.</p>
       <p>Cygwin 1.x is required to compile and run this version.
  -    Cygwin 1.1.8 and 1.3.2 have been tested and approved on both
  -    supported OSes.</p>
  +    Cygwin 1.3.9 and 1.3.10 have been tested and approved on both
  +    supported OSes. We suggest to use Cygwin 1.3.9-2 and higher.</p> 
       <p><strong>Note:</strong>If you want to compile shared DLL
       modules using <a
  -    href="programs/apxs.html"><code>apxs</code></a> you will need
  -    patched version of <code>ld.exe</code> with
  -    <code>--auto-import</code> support, which can be found at <a
  -    href=""></a>.</p>
  +    href="programs/apxs.html"><code>apxs</code></a> you will need

  +	 Cygwin 1.3.9-2 or higher version, which includes a version of 
  +	 <code>ld.exe</code> with <code>--auto-import</code> support.
  +	 </p>
       <h2><a id="down" name="down">Downloading Apache for
  @@ -212,11 +222,19 @@
       The site lists the current release, any more recent development
       versions, and information on any mirror sites.</p>
  +	 <p><strong>What about Cygwin Net Distribution binaries?</strong><br/>
  +    Apache for Cygwin is also available as pre-compiled binary 
  +	 package for the Cygwin Net Distribution available at 
  +	 <href=""></a> and it's 
  +	 <a href=""><code>setup.exe</code></a>
  +	 installation process.</p>
       <h2><a id="inst" name="inst">Configuring and Installing Apache
       for Cygwin</a></h2>
       <p>Apache on Cygwin is configured and compiled the same way as
  -    on Unix systems. Refer to the general <a
  +    on most Unix systems. Refer to the general <a
       href="configuring.html">configuration</a> and <a
       href="install.html">installation</a> documents for details.</p>
  @@ -260,34 +278,36 @@
           files which hold all static linked code. Then
           <code>dllwrap</code> and <code>dlltool</code> will export
           all of those (including any additional module code) to the
  -        shared <code>libhttpd.dll</code> and create the
  +        shared <code>cyghttpd.dll</code> and create the
           <code>libhttpd.a</code> import library which is required
           for linking <code>httpd.exe</code>.</p>
           <p><strong>Note:</strong> After <code>make install</code>
           is performed you will find the resulting core DLL module
  -        <code>libhttpd.dll</code> within
  +        <code>cyghttpd.dll</code> within
           <code>/usr/local/apache/libexec</code>. This is due to the
           installation process. Please move the file to Apache's
           <code>bin</code> directory, i.e.</p>
  -  $ mv /usr/local/apache/libexec/libhttpd.dll /usr/local/apache/bin
  +  $ mv /usr/local/apache/libexec/cyghttpd.dll /usr/local/apache/bin
  -        The core DLL module <code>libhttpd.dll</code> is the
  +        <p>or to an other place inside your <code>$PATH</code>, i.e.
  +		  <code>/usr/bin</code> is used in the Cygwin Net Distribution
  +		  layout. The core DLL module <code>cyghttpd.dll</code> is the
           <i>only</i> file that should reside in
           <code>/usr/local/apache/bin</code> directory. All other
           shared DLL modules <code>mod_foo.dll</code> should be
  -        located in <code>/usr/local/apache/libexec</code>.
  +        located in <code>/usr/local/apache/libexec</code>.</p>
           <strong>Shared DLL modules linked version</strong> 
  -        <p>This method is currently <strong>ONLY</strong> supported
  -        using a patched version of <code>ld.exe</code> which
  -        support the <code>--auto-import</code> option. Please see
  -        the <a href="#req">requirements</a> section for where to
  -        get that version.</p>
  +        <p>This method is <strong>ONLY</strong> supported using a 
  +		  version of <code>ld.exe</code> which supports the 
  +		  <code>--auto-import</code> option. Please see the 
  +		  <a href="#req">requirements</a> section for more 
  +		  information.</p>
           <p>To build a dynamic loadable DLL version of
           <code>httpd</code> which can load DLL modules on the fly
  @@ -306,13 +326,13 @@
               <p>You will notice that there is a warning message
               shown which lets you know that the shared core DLL
  -            library <code>src/libhttpd.dll</code> is missing while
  +            library <code>src/cyghttpd.dll</code> is missing while
               trying to link the shared DLL modules
               <p>Unfortunatly while Apache's build process the shared
               modules are linked before the shared core import
  -            library <code>src/libhttpd.dll</code> has been made.
  +            library <code>src/cyghttpd.dll</code> has been made.
               The shared modules depend on this import library, so
               they can not link for the first time you run
  @@ -329,13 +349,14 @@
               <p>All shared modules are placed into
               <code>libexec</code>, including the shared core DLL
  -            <code>libhttpd.dll</code>. When Apache's
  +            <code>cyghttpd.dll</code>. When Apache's
               <code>/bin/httpd</code> is started it has to dynamicly
  -            link <code>libhttpd.dll</code> while runtime. That is
  +            link <code>cyghttpd.dll</code> while runtime. That is
               why you have to place the shared core DLL
  -            <code>libhttpd.dll</code> to the same direcotry where
  +            <code>cyghttpd.dll</code> to the same direcotry where
               <code>httpd.exe</code> resides, i.e.
  -            <code>/usr/local/apache/bin</code>.</p>
  +            <code>/usr/local/apache/bin</code> or an other place
  +				in your <code>$PATH</code>.</p>
  @@ -354,7 +375,7 @@
  -        <strong>Using apxs to create shared DLL modules</strong> 
  +        <strong>Using <code>apxs</code> to create shared DLL modules</strong>

           <p>To make the extending <code>httpd</code> with shared DLL
           modules easier, you can use <a
  @@ -363,7 +384,7 @@
           <p>Make sure you have configured
           <code>$CFG_LDFLAGS_SHLIB</code> within <code>apxs</code>
           include the <code>--shared</code> directive and the path to
  -        the shared code DLL <code>libhttpd.dll</code>.</p>
  +        the shared code DLL <code>cyghttpd.dll</code>.</p>
           <p>After performing <code>make install</code> you will
           probably have the following lines within your
  @@ -383,7 +404,7 @@
     my $CFG_LD_SHLIB      = q(gcc);          # substituted via Makefile.tmpl
     my $CFG_LDFLAGS_SHLIB = q(-g --shared); # substituted via Makefile.tmpl 
  -  my $CFG_LIBS_SHLIB    = q(<i>/path/to/libhttpd.dll</i>);        # substituted
via Makefile.tmpl 
  +  my $CFG_LIBS_SHLIB    = q(<i>/path/to/cyghttpd.dll</i>);        # substituted
via Makefile.tmpl 
  @@ -398,12 +419,32 @@
           it at runtime.
  +	 <h2><a id="inst" name="inst">Using Win32 native socket 
  +	 implementation instead</a></h2>
  +    <p>Apache for Cygwin supports an option to use the Win32 native 
  +	 socket calls instead of Cygwin's POSIX wrappers internally. To
  +	 use the Win32 native socket calls configure Apache for Cygwin
  +	 with the <code>CYGWIN_WINSOCK</code> configuration rule flag
  +	 as follows:</p>
  +  $ cd apache_1.3.x
  +  $ ./configure --enable-rule=CYGWIN_WINSOCK [...]
  +  $ make
  +    <p>Using Win32 native socket calls is intended for performance
  +	 reasons and as a hybrid way to interact with the underlying 
  +	 native socket implementation.</p> 
       <h2><a id="run" name="run">Running Apache for Cygwin</a></h2>
       <p>Apache on Cygwin can be started and stopped in the same
       manner as on Unix systems. You may also use the <a
  -    href="programs/apachectl.html"><code>apachectl</code></a> tool
  +    href="programs/apachctl.html"><code>apachectl</code></a> tool
       for starting and stopping Apache.</p>
  @@ -524,8 +565,12 @@
       <p>Any additional contributions to this document and the Cygwin
       support for Apache are highly welcome. Please send them to
       Stipe Tolj <a
  -    href="">&lt;;</a>.</p>
  -    <!--#include virtual="footer.html" -->
  +    href="mailto:tolj&#64;">&lt;tolj&#64;;</a>.</p>
  +        <hr />
  +    <h3 align="CENTER">Apache HTTP Server</h3>
  +    <a href="./"><img src="images/index.gif" alt="Index" /></a>

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