www-apache-bugdb mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From r..@apache.org
Subject Re: config/5079: Apache header files should have a private name, e.g. #include "apache/httpd.h"
Date Wed, 18 Oct 2000 01:41:26 GMT
[In order for any reply to be added to the PR database, you need]
[to include <apbugs@Apache.Org> in the Cc line and make sure the]
[subject line starts with the report component and number, with ]
[or without any 'Re:' prefixes (such as "general/1098:" or      ]
["Re: general/1098:").  If the subject doesn't match this       ]
[pattern, your message will be misfiled and ignored.  The       ]
["apbugs" address is not added to the Cc line of messages from  ]
[the database automatically because of the potential for mail   ]
[loops.  If you do not include this Cc, your reply may be ig-   ]
[nored unless you are responding to an explicit request from a  ]
[developer.  Reply only with text; DO NOT SEND ATTACHMENTS!     ]

Synopsis: Apache header files should have a private name, e.g. #include "apache/httpd.h"

State-Changed-From-To: suspended-closed
State-Changed-By: rbb
State-Changed-When: Tue Oct 17 18:41:26 PDT 2000
I am closing this report, because this is possible already.
When configuring Apache use the --includedir option to set
where the include files should be installed.  If you are
using a binary version of Apache, the Apache Group has taken
strides to ensure that we install header files in the 
correct place for each platform.

View raw message