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From Gary Gale <gary.g...@formscape.com>
Subject [users@httpd] RESOLVED: [users@httpd] server/exports.c fails to Compile for Apa che 2.0.48 under Solaris using Sun Workshop Compiler
Date Mon, 24 Nov 2003 09:38:26 GMT
This was, apparently, the "path to source dir contains symlink" problem;
which it has to be said, was a new one to me.

Sure enough, I'd symlinked from my home directory into a directory on a disk
with a larger capacity than was available in /export/home. After cd'ing to
the absolute path on the larger disk, reconfiguring and remaking, hey
presto, one httpd executable!

Many thanks to John Dodge for his timely and accurate response to my
original post (included below for completeness).

Cheers

Gary

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John P. Dodge [mailto:dodge@cruciate.ca.boeing.com] 
> Sent: 21 November 2003 17:22
> To: 'users@httpd.apache.org'
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] server/exports.c fails to Compile 
> for Apache 2.0.48 under Solaris using Sun Workshop Compiler
> 
> 
> On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Gary Gale wrote:
> 
> > I'm having problems compiling Apache 2.0.48 under the Sun Workshop 
> > (aka
> > Forte) compiler on Solaris 8. The file server/exports.c 
> fails to compile
> > (this problem also occurs for Apache 2.0.47).
> >
> > >From examining the source file in question, it would seem that 
> > >exports.c is
> > auto generated by make_exports.awk but that it includes a 
> large number 
> > of APR function definitions twice. Taking just one of them for an 
> > example, the symbol "ap_hack_apr_version_string" is defined at line 
> > 1541 as
> >
> This is the "path to source dir contains symlink" problem. 
> Set your dir to the explicit root qualified dir and rerun the 
> configure.
> 
> 
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