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From dimitri.janc...@clearstream.com
Subject [users@httpd] Apache 2.1.9 build under Windows 2003 with Visual Studio .NET : Corrupt distribution files?
Date Fri, 18 Nov 2005 14:24:41 GMT
Hi everybody,

I'm trying to build Apache 2.1.9 on Windowsd 2003 Server platform and once 
I had unzipped the .tar.gz or .bz2 files 

- I added a awk in the path
- I downloaded the apr-inconv sources
- I put a .cmd file to match msdev with the new name of the executable 
"devenv"
- The nmake process tells me  the .ds* files needs to be converted but 
when I open those files with the IDE I get a corrupt file message for 
every module except mod_imagemap
I get the same thing with Visual Studio .NET 2003 or 2005, I tried the 
2.1.8- release and it did the same thing

Did somebody had a similar experience or manage to build Apache 2.1. on a 
Win platform with Visual Studio 7.x or 8.x ?

And yes, I downloaded the files from different mirrors ;-)

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Dimitri Janczak,


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