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From Andy Harrison <a...@harrisonfamily.com>
Subject mod_perl installation and non-standard perl path in FreeBSD
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2004 18:53:13 GMT
Hoping there might be another FreeBSD user here who may have been
through this already...

For reasons I don't want to trouble you with, I had to install the
latest perl freebsd port into /usr/local/rt3/perl/ and now I need to
get mod_perl to compile against that version.


I edited the freebsd port Makefile and added
MOD_PERLCONFIG=/usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl to CONFIGURE_ARGS and I
edited the shebang line in /usr/local/bin/apxs to point to my new
installation of perl.

Then, I tried using this cli in the mod_perl port directory.

bash-2.05b# PERL5LIB=/usr/local/rt3/perl/lib/site_perl/5.8.2/i386-freebsd PREFIX=/usr/local/rt3/perl
SITE_PERL=/usr/local/rt3/perl/lib/site_perl make

While pieces of the compile output show that it is using
/usr/local/rt3/perl/*, most of it shows that it's pulling from
/usr/local/lib/perl5/* for libs.

I even combed through the work directory and manually changed the
references to the perl binary to /usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl with no
luck.  Same results every time.  And yes, I've been doing a make clean
in between compiles.

I have also editied the /etc/make.conf file so that the perl options are:

# grep PERL /etc/make.conf | grep '^[^#]'
 PERL_VER=5.8.2
 PERL_VERSION=5.8.2
 SITE_PERL=/usr/local/rt3/perl/lib/site_perl/${PERL_VER}
 PERL_ARCH=mach
 PERL5=/usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl
 PERL=/usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl
 NOPERL=yo
 NO_PERL=yo
 NO_PERL_WRAPPER=yo

 However, it doesn't even try to build the port now...

 # make
 Dependency error: you don't have the right version of perl in /usr/bin.
 *** Error code 1

 Stop in /usr/ports/www/mod_perl.

 I monkeyed with port's Makefile and added the variables there as well.

 # grep PERL Makefile | grep '^[^#]'
 MASTER_SITES=   ${MASTER_SITE_PERL_CPAN}
                 ${SITE_PERL}/LWP.pm:${PORTSDIR}/www/p5-libwww
 PERL_VER=5.8.2
 PERL_VERSION=5.8.2
 SITE_PERL=/usr/local/rt3/perl/lib/site_perl/${PERL_VER}
 PERL=                   /usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl
 PERL5=                  /usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl
 FULLPERL=               /usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl
 PERL_CONFIGURE= yes
 CONFIGURE_ARGS+=        USE_APXS=1 EVERYTHING=1 INSTALLSITELIB=${SITE_PERL} \
                         MOD_PERLCONFIG=/usr/local/rt3/perl/bin/perl \
                         INSTALLSITEARCH=${SITE_PERL}/${PERL_ARCH} \
                         PERL_EXTRA_CFLAGS='-DDEFAULT_PATH="/usr/local/rt3/perl/bin" -DAPPLLIB_EXP="/usr/local/rt3/perl/lib/perl5/5.8.2/BSDPAN"
-DMOD_PERL_PREFIX="/usr/local/rt3/perl/lib/site_perl/5.8.2/i386-freebsd" -DDEFAULT_PATH="/usr/local/rt3/perl/bin"'

I'd think that things like MOD_PERL_PREFIX would help, but it's not
happening.

I can't alter the perl binary in /usr/bin/perl, so how can I force
mod_perl to compile using the perl binary in my non-standard perl
path?

Any advice?

-- 
Andy Harrison
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-- 
Andy Harrison
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