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From "Milan Reznicek" <reznic...@gytool.cz>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problem when building httpd-2.0.48-win32 withmod_ssl on Win XP
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2003 21:00:46 GMT
I see another man with the same problem as me. I got the unixtools like
bison, etc. But I still can't compile apache even a I had reexported all the
makefiles :(

I'm getting this error message:
    bison: /usr/local/share/bison.simple: No such file or directory

Does someone know why is bison looking for that bloody unix path?


Please Help Milan
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "hunter" <theantigod@sympatico.ca>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 2:24 PM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Problem when building httpd-2.0.48-win32
withmod_ssl on Win XP


> On Thu, 2003-11-13 at 07:43, Idar Idar wrote:
> > Hi.
> >
> > I'd need some help with building Apache with mod_ssl
> > on Windows XP. During the build an error occurs -
> > 'bison' and 'flex' are not found. Looking in the
> > offending mod_ssl.mak I saw a reference to 'sed' also
> > - all these three programs are not available on
> > Windows - should I install them - from where?
> >
> > I would really appreciate a help - the best would be
> > point me to MSI of Apache that has ssl support.
> >
> > Details about the configuration:
> >
> > - Windows XP without SP1 (cannot install it)
> > - Used httpd-2.0.48-win32-src.zip
> > - Used openssl-0.9.7c.tar.gz
> > - Used ActivePerl-5.8.0.806-MSWin32-x86.msi
> > - VC++ 6.0
> >
> > I followed the build instructions from
> > http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/platform/win_compiling.html.
> >
> > Here are the errors:
> >
> > ...
> >         cd ..\..
> >         cd modules\ssl
> >         NMAKE -nologo -f mod_ssl.mak
> > CFG="mod_ssl - Win32 Release" RECUR
> > SE=0  .\Release\mod_ssl.so
> >         tempfile.bat
> > 'bison' is not recognized as an internal or external
> > command,
> > operable program or batch file.
> > The system cannot find the file specified.
> > Could Not Find C:\sw\httpd-2.0.48\modules\ssl\y.tab.c
> > The system cannot find the file specified.
> > Could Not Find C:\sw\httpd-2.0.48\modules\ssl\y.tab.h
> >         tempfile.bat
> > 'bison' is not recognized as an internal or external
> > command,
> > operable program or batch file.
> > The system cannot find the file specified.
> > Could Not Find C:\sw\httpd-2.0.48\modules\ssl\y.tab.c
> > The system cannot find the file specified.
> > Could Not Find C:\sw\httpd-2.0.48\modules\ssl\y.tab.h
> >         tempfile.bat
> > 'flex' is not recognized as an internal or external
> > command,
> > operable program or batch file.
> > The system cannot find the file specified.
> > Could Not Find
> > C:\sw\httpd-2.0.48\modules\ssl\lex.ssl_expr_yy.c
> >         cl.exe
> > @C:\DOCUME~1\Adrian\LOCALS~1\Temp\nma03208.
> > ssl_expr_parse.c
> > ssl_expr_scan.c
> > Generating Code...
> >         link.exe
> > @C:\DOCUME~1\Adrian\LOCALS~1\Temp\nmb03208.
> >    Creating library .\Release\mod_ssl.lib and object
> > .\Release\mod_ssl.exp
> >         cd ..\..
> > ...
> >         copy docs\conf\ssl-std.conf
> > "\Apache2\conf\ssl.default.conf" <.y
> > The system cannot find the file specified.
> > NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'copy' : return code '0x1'
> > Stop.
> > NMAKE : fatal error U1077:
> > 'C:\PROGRA~1\MICROS~4\VC98\BIN\NMAKE.EXE' : return co
> > de '0x2'
> > Stop.
> >
> > Thank you,
> > Adrian
> >
> >
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> Adrian,
>
> I recently answered the same question... here is my previous reply.
>
> Chris.
>
>
> You need some *nix like tools from CYGWIN.
>
> bison, flex, sed and awk.
>
> My notes from previous replies to others...
>
> You must compile from the command line - not from within the IDE.  The
> IDE buys you nothing when building open source - it only benefits you
> when you are creating your own code. Debugging is easily done by
> envoking MSDEV from the command line - but you will likely not be
> debugging Apache - I don't and I have been working with it for years.
>
> In every case it is the build environment that makes or breaks your
> build process.
>
> You need to have the following tools for building:
>
> 1. Microsoft Visual Studio 6 (5 and .net will also work). When you
> install it you must tick the tick-box that says - set environment
> variables for command line building (something like that), it is not set
> by default. Or, you can find the batch file that sets this for you when
> ever you need to build from the command line - VCVARS32.BAT in the
> \VC98\bin directory.
>
> 2. MASM - you can download the Microsoft DDK for free or get it from my
> tools directory. You can also use Visual Studio to compile openssl but
> then it will be slower. I put MASM into c:\masm and then add it to the
> path - you won't need to have the include and lib directories added to
> the INCLUDE and LIB paths. But the make must be able to find ml.exe
> which will be in c:\masm\bin - add c:\masm\bin to your path.
>
> 3. Perl5 - you can get from the internet or from my tools directory. I
> put mine into c:\perl. Then add c:\perl\bin to the path. Note: it must
> come before CYGWIN in the path - the version of perl with CYGWIN will
> break the openssl build process.
>
> 4. CIGWIN - you can install from the internet or get it from my tools
> directory. I put mine into c:\cygwin and you must include c:\cygwin\bin
> into the path - after perl. If you install from the internet you need to
> get the following components: awk, flex, bison and sed. You will have to
> fix awk as well. There will be two files with the name awk.exe and
> awk(something).exe. -- awk.exe will be small and the other large --
> delete the small one and rename the large one as awk.exe (a cygwin
> symlink that will not work outside of cygwin). If you take the CYGWIN
> from my tools directory the you will not have perl and awk is already
> fixed, but you have to import both .reg files (they expect CYGWIN to be
> in c:\cygwin) - this is very important - it will not work if you do not
> do this step. regedit cygwin2.reg and regedit cygwin2.reg
>
> Summary (simple one using my tools)
>
> Download the following tools: perl.zip, masm.zip and cygwin.zip from
> http://tor.ath.cx/~hunter/tools
>
> 1. Install Microsoft Visual Studio and remember to tick the environment
> tick box.
>
> 2. create c:\masm ... put masm.zip into this and unzip (with directories
> included) - add c:\masm\bin to your path.
>
> 3. create c:\perl ... put perl.zip into this and unzip (with directories
> included) - add c:\perl\bin to your path.
>
> 4. create c:\cygwin ... put cygwin.zip into this and unzip (with
> directories included) - add c:\cygwin\bin to your path (after perl). Run
> regedit cygwin1.reg and regedit cygwin2.reg from c:\cygwin.
>
> After this you should be able to follow the instruction from the
> packages.
>
> Download the sources for: openssl, mod_ssl and apache.
>
> openssl-0.9.7c.tar.gz
> httpd_2.0.48-win32-scr.zip
>
> Check the md5's for each of these files. You can get a windows md5 tool
> from my tools directory.
>
> Make a directory c:\build
> Expand openssl-0.9.7c.tar.gz into c:\build\openssl-0.9.7c
> Expand httpd_2.0.48-win32-scr.zip into c:\build\httpd_2.0.48
>
> Build openssl first...
>
> In a console go to the c:\build\openssl-0.9.7c read INSTALL.W32 and
> follow the instructions.
>
> Summarized here...
>
> Firstly you should run Configure:
> perl Configure VC-WIN32
>
> - If you are using MASM then run:
> ms\do_masm
>
> - If you don't want to use the assembly language files at all then run:
> ms\do_ms
>
> The most common error here is if you use the wrong perl.
>
> Then from the command line do:
> nmake -f ms\ntdll.mak
>
> If all is well it should compile and you will have some DLLs and
> executables in out32dll.
>
> Do the tests:
>
> cd out32dll
> ..\ms\test
>
> Never mind the Tweaks
>
> Copy the contents of
> c:\build\openssl-0.9.7c
> to
> c:\build\httpd_2.0.48\srclib\openssl
>
> Now build Apache...
>
> In a console go to the c:\build\httpd_2.0.48
>
> You will be using makefile.win.
>
> To build run the following command...
>
> >From c:\build\httpd_2.0.48
>
> nmake /f Makefile.win INSTDIR="c:\apache" installr
>
> You should now have a properly built Apache 2 in c:\apache.
>
> I hope this helps...
>
>
>
>
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