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From Ahab Abouzour <>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache 2.2.15 (and 2.2.17) binary installers no longer deploy 'lib' and 'include' directories
Date Wed, 30 Mar 2011 21:39:12 GMT

I'm long time user of Apache webserver as I build my own 3rd party modules for Apache. I recall
all Apache 2.0.x (even the 1.3.x) binary installers used to deploy a 'lib' and an 'include'

Starting with Apache 2.2.x, things seem to have changed, up until 2.2.9 (I think), the 'include'
directory is deployed by the installer but not the 'lib' directory. I just installed Apache
2.2.15 using (httpd-2.2.15-win32-x86-openssl-0.9.8m-r2.msi) and didn't see an 'include' nor
a 'lib' directories.

The reason I'm asking is when I build my (3rd party) modules, I use the include and lib directories
to compile my modules as there is a dependency on them (headers and apr* libraries). Right
now and going forward, I don't see how I could do this? I guess the general question is how
does other 3rd party module writers compile/build their modules without include or lib directories
provided by the binary installer.

Thanks for help.

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