Re: mod_perl question
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Jules Bean writes:
> > Why do you want to compile mod_perl? Is it not included in the apache
> > package from Johnie Ingram?
> Nope. It is not.
Oops. mod_perl was part of the apache_1.2 Debian package. Did Johnie
say why he dropped it?
> However , mod_perl is not straightforward to compile, since the built-in
> Makefile expects a complete apache source tree, and wants to compile a new
> statically linked apache.
You can build mod_perl with
perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=../src/ NO_HTTPD=1 EVERYTHING=1
This will only build mod_perl with all features and not apache. (Look
into INSTALL. There are some more options.)
> I'm not saying this is beyond me - I can do that. I was simply asking if
> you'd already got something working, to avoid duplication of effort.
I have mod_perl with the apache_ssl package and I could easyly make a
separate package, but this would be compiled for apache-1.2.6 and not
for apache-1.3beta which Johnie decided to put into hamm. Since there
is no SSL-patch for apache-1.3beta yet. I don't know why Johnie
decided to package a beta version of apache.
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