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From "David Wortham" <>
Subject Re: how to compile modules
Date Sun, 31 Dec 2006 23:14:15 GMT
I believe Issac led you on the correct path with 'apxs'.

I don't know for sure, but you may need to be working in C (not C++) to use
apxs (I'm just one step above noob... so don't take what I say for fact).
You should ask more questions of the mailing list if you are developing with
another languae (i.e. C++ or PERL).
My typical usage of apxs is as follows: "apxs -c -i mod_***.c" (-c =
compile; -i = install into Apache).
I believe there is a way to restart your currently running Apache daemon
from axps (at the end of a compile).  You will have to search the
documentation for that one (I'm not familiar with it).

You of course, will need to activate your module in the httpd.conf (or use
the '-a' switch during apxs).

Hope this helps,

On 12/31/06, Issac Goldstand <> wrote:
> Hi Frankie,
>   Take a look at apxs
>   Issac
> 张 臻博 wrote:
> > hello,
> >
> > I am beginner in developing module for Apache. Here i have one question,
> > seems quite simple....
> >
> > I am trying to write a module by myself. However, in the process of
> > debugging, every time i have to do "make" in the root
> > directory-httpd-2.2.3, which really takes time. I think it could be
> > possible to just do the make command in the directory where i put the
> > module. Is there somebody who can provide some hint? Should i write some
> > kind of Make file by myself or some other good way to do it??
> >
> > Any kind of suggestion is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
> >
> > br
> > frankie
> >
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