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From Jeffrey McNany <jmcn...@cc.state.az.us>
Subject other/1546: syntax error, line 158, compiling http_main.c
Date Thu, 11 Dec 1997 23:50:14 GMT

>Number:         1546
>Category:       other
>Synopsis:       syntax error, line 158, compiling http_main.c
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       non-critical
>Priority:       medium
>Responsible:    apache
>State:          open
>Class:          support
>Submitter-Id:   apache
>Arrival-Date:   Thu Dec 11 16:00:01 PST 1997
>Originator:     jmcnany@cc.state.az.us
>Release:        1.2.4
Sequent Dynix/ptx v2.1.6. UNAME -A returns "starpas starpas 3.2.0 V2.1.6 i386"; using cc to
compile Apache 1.2.4
This is a configuration problem, and YES, I know the web page said not to
submit them through here, but I sent an email and Brian Behlendorf asked me
to submit this as a bug.  I am trying to compile for a Sequent system, and 
modified the Configure script and conf.h according to the PORTING guidelines.  
Unfortunately, every time I run "make" I get the following errors:
$ make
        cc -c -Iregex  -O2 -D_SEQUENT_   alloc.c
        cc -c -Iregex  -O2 -D_SEQUENT_   http_main.c                            "
"http_main.c", line 158: syntax error, probably missing ",", ";" or "="         "
"http_main.c", line 158: cannot recover from previous errors                    *
*** Error code 1                                                                M
Make: .  Stop.                                                                  $

I have looked through all your bug and error databases.  I found two 
relevant PR #'s: In PR#195 you told the submitter that Apache has been 
ported successfully to Sequent, but in PR#962 you reverse yourself and tell
the submitter that you had not ported to Sequent, but were willing to do so
if the submitter (who worked for Sequent) was willing to provide you access 
to a Sequent machine.  If you have since completed the port, please provide the 
necessary changes to the Configure and/or conf.h files.
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