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From Zeno Davatz <zdav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: mod_ruby on Apache for Windows 2.2.17
Date Fri, 11 Feb 2011 12:23:25 GMT
Dear Eric

Thank you for your reply.

On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 12:51 PM, Eric Covener <covener@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 2:25 AM, Zeno Davatz <zdavatz@gmail.com> wrote:

>> I am trying to debug mod_ruby to load in Apache for Windows. So far
>> Apache for Windows does start with mod_ruby.so but it seems that httpd
>> does not start correctly with mod_ruby enabled in Apache for Windows.
>>
>> The steps I took to compile mod_ruby for Apache for Windows 2.2.17
>> with MinGW are here:
>
> you should eliminate mingw from the equation if you're mostly
> interested in the ruby side.

The reason why I need MinGW is because Ruby was compiled with MinGW. I
did compile mod_ruby with nmake on Windows. Works fine and Apache
starts as well if I install Ruby via nmake as well. Not a problem.

But I am dependent on the Oniguruma-patch and that patch can only be
applied with MinGW at the moment. Also Ruby compiled with MinGW is
faster then when compiled with nmake.

Are you a Windows or a Linux User? I am asking because I think I am
not that far away. I just need to understand the workings for Apache
in Windows a bit better - as mod_ruby does compile with MinGW with the
changes I pointed out.

So if you can point me towards somewhere to debug mod_ruby for Apache
on Windows so that I get my normal Server-Info as on Linux for:
Request Phase Participation.

I really think it is the Content Handlers that do not work. So there
must be something different there in Apache for Windows compared to
Apache for Linux.

Best
Zeno

PS: The Ruby-Windows Installer is compiled with MinGW. And that is a
great installer.

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