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From kevin seguin <seg...@motive.com>
Subject Re: jakarta-tomcat-connectors/jk/src/native/README.configure
Date Fri, 01 Jun 2001 14:45:11 GMT
i feel like i could follow that readme file and get things building. 
but, of course, i have not yet tried to build mod_jk in jtc :)

jean-frederic clere wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> This README.configure is what I have prepared for the configure of mod_jk in
> jakarta-tomcat-connectors.
> Could you have a look to it before commit?
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Jean-frederic
> 
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>   Installation
>   ------------
> 
>   It is possible to use autoconf for configuration and installation.
>   To create jakarta-tomcat-connectors's autoconf script, you will need libtool
>   1.3.3 or higher, and autoconf 2.13 or newer.
>   Those tools will not be required if you are just
>   using a package downloaded from apache.org, they are only required for
>   developers.
> 
>   To configure jakarta-tomcat-connectors run the following commands.
> 
>   ./autoconf  (not required unless you are a developer)
>   ./configure [autoconf arguments] [jakarta-tomcat-connectors arguments]
>   make
> * make install
> 
>   jakarta-tomcat-connectors arguments
>   -----------------------------------
>   JVM related parameters:
>   --with-java-home=DIR
>   DIR is the  patch to the JDK root directory. Something like: /opt/java/jdk12
>   --with-os-type[=SUBDIR]
>   SUBDIR is the os-type subdirectory, normaly configure should guess it
>   correctly.
> * --with-arch-type[=SUBDIR]
>   SUBDIR is the arch subdirectory, normaly configure should guess it correctly.
>   --with-java-platform=VAL
>   VAL is the Java platform 1 is 1.1.x and 2 is 1.2.x. It is guessed correctly.
> 
>   Apache related parameters:
>   --with-apxs[=FILE]
>   FILE is the location of the apxs tool. Default is finding apxs in PATH.
>   It builds a shared Apache module. It detects automaticly the Apache version.
>   (2.0 and 1.3)
> * --with-apache=DIR
>   DIR is the path where apache sources are located.
>   DIR is something like: /home/apache/apache_1.3.19
>   It builds a static Apache module.
> 
>   APR:
> * --with-apr=DIR
>   DIR is the location of APR. APR means Apache Portable Runtime. (That is  not
>   Apache-2.0!)
>   Note it needs a compiled APR! (for APRVARS and APR includes).
>   APR is code is "protected" by #ifdef HAVE_APR ... #endif
> 
>   JNI support:
> * --enable-jni
>   Build the jni_connect.so.
> 
> * Not yet supported.

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