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Subject [Httpd Wiki] Update of "Win64Compilation" by PontusCarlsson
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2010 17:35:24 GMT
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The "Win64Compilation" page has been changed by PontusCarlsson.
http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Win64Compilation?action=diff&rev1=12&rev2=13

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  = Introduction =
- There seems to be quite a bit of puzzle on how to get HTTPd compiled and running on WIN64.
A quick Google search gives you about three or four relevant results with not so accurate
content.
+ There seems to be quite a bit of puzzle on how to get HTTPd compiled and running on Win64.
A quick Google search gives you about three or four relevant results with not so accurate
content.
  
  These steps I'm providing here has been tested primarily on Windows 7 Professional x64 and
is known to work.
  
@@ -36, +36 @@

   * [[http://zlib.net/zlib-1.2.5.tar.gz|Zlib]] (v1.2.5)
   * [[http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-1.0.0b.tar.gz|OpenSSL]] (v1.0.0b)
  
- If you don't have a archive manager that is capable of extracting tar / gzip files there's
an excellet open source solution called [[http://www.7-zip.org/|7-zip]] (which also has a
CLI client if you wich to automate this procedure).
+ If you don't have a archive manager that is capable of extracting tar / gzip files there's
an excellent open source solution called [[http://www.7-zip.org/|7-zip]] (which also has a
CLI client if you wish to automate this procedure).
  
- First, untar HTTPd to a location of your choice. Just try to avoid any non ASCII characters
and whitespaces in the location URI since this can sometimes cause trouble with CLI commands
if a string is not slashed or quoted correctly to fit with this.
+ First, untar HTTPd to a location of your choice. Just try to avoid any non ASCII characters
and white-spaces in the location URI since this can sometimes cause trouble with CLI commands
if a string is not slashed or quoted correctly to fit with this.
  
  Let's just assume for now that you extracted the sources to C:\, leaving the source tree
in C:\httpd-2.2.17.
  
  Next you'll want to extract the zlib archive to C:\httpd-2.2.17\srclib and strip the version
number from the output folder, leaving just C:\httpd-2.2.17\srclib\zlib. And do the same procedure
for the openssl archive in the same directory, leaving that source tree in C:\httpd-2.2.17\srclib\openssl.
- 
- So now you should have a source hierarchy looking like :
- 
-  * C:\httpd-2.2.17\srclib
-  * zlib
-  * openssl
  
  = Step by Step =
  First of all we need to compile Zlib and OpenSSL since these are dependencies for mod_ssl
and mod_deflate, if you don't desire these modules then you can just skip this (I believe
but are not sure).
@@ -58, +52 @@

  {{{
  C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\bin\vcvarsx86_amd64.bat
  }}}
- You execute vcvarsx86_amd64.bat to obtain necessary environment variables for the toolchain
basicly. Some would say that you'd be satisfied by just opening Visual Studio 2008 x64 Win64
Command Prompt, although this will discard your previous PATH variables, thus removing perl
from the PATH.
+ You execute vcvarsx86_amd64.bat to obtain necessary environment variables for the toolchain
basically. Some would say that you'd be satisfied by just opening Visual Studio 2008 x64 Win64
Command Prompt, although this will discard your previous PATH variables, thus removing perl
from the PATH.
  
  {{{
  cd C:\httpd-2.2.17

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