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From William McKee <will...@knowmad.com>
Subject Re: Apache::Test not finding global config file
Date Tue, 06 Sep 2005 12:40:26 GMT
On Wed, Aug 31, 2005 at 06:19:10PM -0400, Geoffrey Young wrote:
> if you can do me the favor of trying a few different configuration scenarios
> (including 1.3, non-apxs, /usr/local/apache, etc) and making sure nothing
> breaks, that would be great.  the box where my matrix used to live had a
> hard drive failure, so I'm slowly rebuilding it as I find the time.

Besides testing under Apache2, I've tested with /usr/local/apache (this
was an Apache1 server and was non-apxs). That's all I have at my
disposal.


> I've been thinking a bit about this and I think the attached is a better
> patch.  basically, I think A-T goes through a lot of effort to separate the
> current filesystem configuration from the hard-coded stuff in httpd in an
> effort to make it easy to roll up an httpd install, move it someplace else,
> and still have A-T be able to create a worthy configuration.  using
> HTTPD_ROOT like that kinda breaks all of that for people expecting the
> current behavior, so I'd rather use it as a last-ditch effort than off the bat.
> 
> can you give it a whirl?

I removed your original patch and added this one then tested it under
the two systems above. Looks good.


Thanks,
William

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