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From Mel Martinez <melaqu...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: mod_vhost_alias.c
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2001 23:23:23 GMT

After downloading Apache 1.3.17, and wasting most of
the last few g*d*mn hours trying to get an update of
the Windows MSI installer tool just so I could install
the new apache, I must unfortunately report that for
all I can tell, mod_vhost_alias is still NOT included
with the standard Win32 binary distribution.

The new version does change the name of the modules in
the modules/ folder from the form:
ApacheModuleXXXX.dll to the mod_xxx.so form more
consistent with unix distributions.  Strangely, no one
bothered to update the httpd.conf file that comes with
the distribution to reflect this change.  I also was
left more than a little annoyed by the fact that the
1.3.17 installer automatically installs apache as an
NT service and starts it - without an option for me to
avoid this 'feature'.    Basically, this release could
use some polish.

At any rate, I guess I am left with assumption that
there is no version of mod_vhost_alias available for
the win32 version of apache.  Hopefully someone will
pop-up with a correction to that.


Mel


--- Mel Martinez <melaquias@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
> --- Steve Ruby <steve@rubysolutions.com> wrote:
> > 
> > Hmmm... Try searching the web for
> ApacheModuleVhost
> > or something since that is probably what the DLL
> if
> > it exists
> > would be called..
> 
> good suggestion.
> 
> 
> > I thought they were making an effort to at least
> > keep 
> > parallel functionality in the win version.. 
> > 
> 
> I just downloaded the newest Apache v1.3.17 to see
> if
> it is included with that version.
> 
> Unfortunately, Apache for win32 is from now on
> packed
> in .msi format, and I have to download a new version
> of the MSI Installer from microsoft.  I have been
> trying to do that for the last 2 hours with little
> success.  Is somebody blasting microsoft's site with
> an attack or something?  Or is microsoft.com always
> this g*d*mn slow and flaky?
> 
> Sigh... dealing with crap like this is NOT making my
> life any easier.  What was wrong with distributing
> software in good ol' .zip archives?  :-(
> 
> mel
> 
> 
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