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From inchy andi <ainchx...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Httpd Wiki] Trivial Update of "AIXPlatform" by EricCovener
Date Thu, 28 May 2015 04:21:49 GMT
On 2015 5 28 04:46, "Apache Wiki" <wikidiffs@apache.org> wrote:

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The "AIXPlatform" page has been changed by EricCovener:
https://wiki.apache.org/httpd/AIXPlatform?action=diff&rev1=18&rev2=19

Comment:
test change

  == creating an installp package ==
  The latest version 2.2 and 2.4 distributions include a directory
./build/aix with scripts that will create an installp package. This
approach expects you to also download and package the APR and APR-UTIL
packages in advance. Unfortunately, the build/aix scripts are not yet
included in the APR downloads. They are available at
http://dl.aixtools.net/httpd/apr-buildaix-1.5.x.tar and
http://dl.aixtools.net/httpd/apr-util-buildaix-1.5.x.tar

- Also needed : patches to the APR and APR-UTIL config.layout :
http://dl.aixtools.net/httpd/apr-config.layout.patch and
http://dl.aixtools.net/httpd/apr-util-config.layout.patch
+ Also needed : patches to the APR and APR-UTIL config.layout:
http://dl.aixtools.net/httpd/apr-config.layout.patch and
http://dl.aixtools.net/httpd/apr-util-config.layout.patch

  === Preparations ===
  Preparations: see ''prerequisites'' below as well. One goal of these
scripts is to prevent the need for mixing RPM's from other sources (e.g.,
perlz and/or AIX Toolbox). Mixing libraries will sometimes break things
when updates are applied. In short, as much as possible - "generic" BOS AIX
is used. To prevent filename collisions /opt/freeware and /usr/local are
not used. Likewise, /usr/lib is not intended as a target directory. (Note:
the build/aix scripts check for the existence of zlib include files and
setup links in when they are missing in the places where ./configure
expects them (e.g., /usr/include) - so that you do not need to install a
so-called development RPM. These files are available - just not where
configure looks).

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