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From Jim Rudnicki <>
Subject [PATCH] mod_jk build doc
Date Tue, 01 Aug 2000 08:14:57 GMT
Building jk was not quite as easy as the docs suggest (ahh, the old bait and
switch).  For those familar with building mod's it may be obvious, for the
rest of us this small pointer will help.


Index: ./src/doc/mod_jk-howto.html
RCS file: /home/cvspublic/jakarta-tomcat/src/doc/mod_jk-howto.html,v
retrieving revision 1.1
diff -r1.1 mod_jk-howto.html
< it yourself.</p>
> it yourself. The module depends on many headers in the Apache server code,
> you will need the source code distribution.  In addition, the module links
> with ApacheCore.lib, so you will have to build at least this part of
Apache. </p>
< <h3>On NT</h3>
> <h3>On Win32</h3>
< environment is a prereq if you want to perform a custom build.</p>
> environment is a prereq if you want to perform a custom build. The build
uses two environment variables
> APACHE1_HOME and JAVA_HOME, that should point to the root of the source
> for Apache, <i>e.g.</i> c:/code/apache_1.3.12/src, and the root of a JDK.
> If you are building from the command line, you can use a batch file to set
> variables.  To build with MSVC, just edit the Compile,Preprocessor,Include
> under the Project settings (or add the environment variables to
autoexec.bat and
> reboot).
> </p>
<  <li>Change directory to the
>  <li>From the matching Apache source code base, build the Apache Core DLL,
>  will produce ApacheCore.lib which is needed to build the mod. To link the
>  below, you will setup the Library directories to point this file.
>  </li>
> <li>Change directory to the

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