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Re: Wcal packaging question

On Wed, Jan 23, 2002 at 10:42:59AM -0800, John H. Robinson, IV wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 23, 2002 at 07:04:25PM +0100, Wouter Eerdekens wrote:
> > 
> > Another thing is the apache config: it must be edited before one can
> > use wcal: I added the following:
> there are other webservers besides apache.
> like boa.

I know, but the READE/INSTALL (I don't know which at the moment, I'm on
a different machine) only talks about apache, I only use apache, and
at the moment, the only people I know using the deb all use apache.

I'm creating this package to "master the art of packaging", and I have
no idea how to automate the updating of the apache configuration
"cleanly", let alone how to do this for every webserver...

(But the deb alreade depends on httpd, not on apache :) ...  )

> is there a generic handler to add the cgi information to the webserver
> backends? i am not aware of any.
> i doubt that wcal is so closely welded to the apache webserver that it
> cannot work with any of the other webservers available.
> i have no solutions for you, but i do want to bring up the awareness
> issue: there is more than one httpd.
> -john
> i count a dozen in sid:
> % grep-available --count -F Provides httpd
> 12
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