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Subject cvs commit: modperl-docs/src/docs/1.0/guide getwet.pod
Date Thu, 27 Feb 2003 05:12:59 GMT
stas        2003/02/26 21:12:59

  Modified:    src/docs/1.0/guide getwet.pod
  Log:
  now that we have mp2, we should be more specific about what versions should be used for
  mp1
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.10      +20 -17    modperl-docs/src/docs/1.0/guide/getwet.pod
  
  Index: getwet.pod
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/docs/1.0/guide/getwet.pod,v
  retrieving revision 1.9
  retrieving revision 1.10
  diff -u -r1.9 -r1.10
  --- getwet.pod	31 Dec 2002 19:24:25 -0000	1.9
  +++ getwet.pod	27 Feb 2003 05:12:58 -0000	1.10
  @@ -68,19 +68,22 @@
   are available from I<http://www.apache.org/dist/httpd/> and
   I<http://perl.apache.org/dist/>.
   
  -The two packages are named I<apache_x.x.x.tar.gz> and
  -I<mod_perl-x.xx.tar.gz>, where I<x.x.x> should be replaced with the
  -real version numbers of mod_perl and Apache.
  +Remember that mod_perl 1.0 works only with Apache 1.3, and L<mod_perl
  +2.0|docs::2.0::user::index> requires Apache 2.0. In this chapter we talk 
  +about mod_perl 1.0/Apache 1.3, hence the packages that you want are
  +named I<apache_1.3.xx.tar.gz> and I<mod_perl-1.xx.tar.gz>, where I<xx>
  +should be replaced with the real version numbers of mod_perl and
  +Apache.
   
   Move the downloaded packages into a directory of your choice, I<e.g.>,
   I</home/stas/src/>, proceed with the described steps and you will have
   mod_perl installed:
   
     % cd /home/stas/src
  -  % tar -zvxf apache_x.x.x.tar.gz
  -  % tar -zvxf mod_perl-x.xx.tar.gz
  -  % cd mod_perl-x.xx
  -  % perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=../apache_x.x.x/src \
  +  % tar -zvxf apache_1.3.xx.tar.gz
  +  % tar -zvxf mod_perl-1.xx.tar.gz
  +  % cd mod_perl-1.xx
  +  % perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=../apache_1.3.xx/src \
         APACHE_PREFIX=/home/httpd DO_HTTPD=1 USE_APACI=1 EVERYTHING=1
     % make && make test
     % su
  @@ -139,14 +142,14 @@
   Uncompress and untar both sources.  GNU I<tar> allows this using a
   single command per file:
   
  -  % tar -zvxf apache_x.x.x.tar.gz
  -  % tar -zvxf mod_perl-x.xx.tar.gz
  +  % tar -zvxf apache_1.3.xx.tar.gz
  +  % tar -zvxf mod_perl-1.xx.tar.gz
   
   For non-GNU I<tar>'s, you may need to do this with two steps (which
   you can combine via a pipe):
   
  -  % gzip -dc apache_x.x.x.tar.gz | tar -xvf -
  -  % gzip -dc mod_perl-x.xx.tar.gz | tar -xvf -
  +  % gzip -dc apache_1.3.xx.tar.gz | tar -xvf -
  +  % gzip -dc mod_perl-1.xx.tar.gz | tar -xvf -
   
   Linux distributions supply C<tar> and C<gzip> and install them by
   default; for other systems these utilities should be obtained from
  @@ -156,16 +159,16 @@
   
   =head2 Building mod_perl
   
  -Move into the I</home/stas/src/mod_perl-x.xx/> source distribution
  +Move into the I</home/stas/src/mod_perl-1.xx/> source distribution
   directory:
   
  -  % cd mod_perl-x.xx
  +  % cd mod_perl-1.xx
   
   The next step is to create the I<Makefile>. This step is no different
   in principle from the creation of the I<Makefile> for any other Perl
   module.
   
  -  % perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=../apache_x.x.x/src \
  +  % perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=../apache_1.3.xx/src \
       DO_HTTPD=1 USE_APACI=1 EVERYTHING=1
   
   (Replace I<x.x.x> with the Apache distribution version number.)
  @@ -199,7 +202,7 @@
   
   The I<httpd> executable can now be built by using the C<make>
   utility. (Note that the current working directory is still
  -I</home/stas/src/mod_perl-x.xx/>):
  +I</home/stas/src/mod_perl-1.xx/>):
   
     % make
   
  @@ -207,7 +210,7 @@
   the Apache source tree and builds the I<httpd> executable (the web
   server itself) by compiling all the required files. Upon completion of
   the I<make> process, the working directory is restored to
  -I</home/stas/src/mod_perl-x.xx/>.
  +I</home/stas/src/mod_perl-1.xx/>.
   
   Running C<make test> will execute various mod_perl tests on the
   freshly built I<httpd> executable.
  @@ -257,7 +260,7 @@
   Apache's header files (I<*.h>), default configuration files
   (I<*.conf>), the I<httpd> executable, and a few other programs.
   
  -  # cd ../apache_x.x.x
  +  # cd ../apache_1.3.xx
     # make install
   
   Note that, as with a plain Apache installation, any configuration
  
  
  

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