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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: [mp2] finishing support for MP_USE_STATIC=1 MP_STATIC_EXTS=1
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2005 22:32:39 GMT
Nick *** wrote:
>  >When MP_STATIC_EXTS=1 is used all mp2 modules are statically linked with 
>  >httpd, ...
> 
> I found that this is not exactly true - not all extensions are staticaly linked with
httpd. These extensions are not:
> 
> xs/APR/APR
> xs/APR/Const
> xs/APR/PerlIO
> xs/Apache/Const
> xs/ModPerl/Const
> 
> Here the process tries to build a .dll/.so, but under cygwin some will
> fail. For example xs/APR/APR and xs/APR/PerlIO will fail, because they
> contain undefined symbols, but the others will succeed.
> Is this a bug? I mean not linking these modules staticaly with httpd
> like all others?

You are correct, Nick. All but xs/APR/APR (which is used only outside 
httpd) need to be linked into httpd. I'll put that on the todo list.

The reason those were missed is because they are not autogenerated and 
include they own .xs files.


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