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From David Parham <>
Subject Make, won't create
Date Wed, 03 Apr 2002 14:30:51 GMT
I'm trying to link apache-2.0.32 to tomcat-4.0.3 using
webapp-module-1.0.1-tc401.  On a RS/6000 with AIX4.3.3

I run the ./configure --with-apxs=/app/apache-2/bin/apxs.
This appears to run correctly, no errors are returned.
I then run the make command.  It returns the following data, again no

># make
>make[]: Entering directory "lib"
>make[]: Invoking "make  build"
>make[]: Generating "pr_warp_defs.h" from
>make[]: Creating library ""
>        /app/apache-2/build/libtool /usr/bin/gcc -rpath
>/download/webapp-module-1.0.1-tc401/lib -
>static -o wa_main.lo  wa_config.lo  wa_request.lo pr_info.lo
>pr_warp.lo  pr_warp_pa
>cket.lo  pr_warp_network.lo  pr_warp_config.lo
>rm -fr .libs/ .libs/libwebapp.* .libs/libwebapp.*
>ar cru .libs/libwebapp.a  wa_main.o wa_config.o wa_request.o pr_info.o
>pr_warp.o pr_warp_packet.o
> pr_warp_network.o pr_warp_config.o
>ranlib .libs/libwebapp.a
>(cd .libs && rm -f && ln -s ../
>        /app/apache-2/build/libtool --silent --mode=install
>support/ -c  /download/webapp-module-1.0.1-tc401/lib
>Libraries have been installed in:
>   /download/webapp-module-1.0.1-tc401/lib
>If you ever happen to want to link against installed libraries
>in a given directory, LIBDIR, you must either use libtool, and
>specify the full pathname of the library, or use the `-LLIBDIR'
>flag during linking and do at least one of the following:
>   - add LIBDIR to the `LIBPATH' environment variable
>     during execution
>   - use the `-Wl,-blibpath:LIBDIR:/usr/lib:/lib' linker flag
>See any operating system documentation about shared libraries for
>more information, such as the ld(1) and manual pages.
>        /app/apache-2/build/libtool --silent --mode=finish
>Target "build" is up to date.
>make[]: Exiting directory "lib"
>make[]: Entering directory "apache-2.0"
>make[]: Invoking "make  build"
>Target "build" is up to date.
>make[]: Exiting directory "apache-2.0"
>Target "all" is up to date.

I've tried running the ./configure commands with various different flags.
But always the same result.  There is never a file in the
apache-2.0 dir.

If anyone has any insight they'd like to share I would be very hapy to hear


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