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Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.1.9 build under Windows 2003 with Visual Studio .NET : Corrupt distribution files?
Date Tue, 29 Nov 2005 08:51:22 GMT
"William A. Rowe, Jr." <> wrote on 18/11/2005 19:51:26:

> Well, the .zip file is DOS text encoded for line endings, so that's
> probably what you wanted.

Thanks for your explanation, it gave me some starting point to get a 
apache-no-ssl-2.1.9 compiled for Windows 2003 using Visual Studio .Net 
However, the standard compilation instructions on my PC were:
- get the .zip
- get apr-iconv-1.01 and unzip it into srclib/apr-iconv
- unzip it and change LF to CR/LF on every file except mod_imagemap* 
(those were already in DOS format)
- get the zlib, and compile the LIB ASM project under projects/visualc6 
after having converted it to the new project format using the IDE
- copy the zlib.lib into the modules/filters directory
- edit the apr/build/win32ver.awk file and before the verc calculation, 
  if (!ver_build)
    { ver_build = "0" } 
   Otherwise the rc.exe resource compiler complains about malformed 
- run the build process using converted apache.dsw

Did I miss something on the site where all of this is(already) 


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