From: "Matthew N. Dodd" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Are you willing to maintain and test a 'mod_fp' port? I've got Apache,
> mod_ssl and mod_php mostly sorted out and was going to attack mod_fp
> once I managed to atain sufficient courage. If you are in a position
> where you can test a 'mod_fp' port it would help me out quite a bit.
Now that I have the Apache13-FP port updated to the latest version and
building a package, I'll be working on the mod_frontpage port Sat/Sun.
Could yousend me your latest Apache ports so that I can be sure that it
operates properly with the mod_frontpage port.
Q. How are you handling the custom settings for each ports httpd.conf? Are
you putting them into <IfDefine port>...</IfDefine>?
Or does APXS put the appropriate LoadModule/AddModule entries in the
httpd.conf when the port gets installed?
I have a patch for apachectl that allows you to define which ports modules
you want to use.
i.e. apachectl start_FP_SSL_PHP3
apachectl will then start the server with "httpd -DFP -DSSL -DPHP3".
I was also thinking of fixing the apache Makefile so that it would use an
external Ports Config file:
This way we wouldn't have to patch the main apache port's Makefile for each
new module port that gets submitted.
It would use this file to create the appropriate LoadModule/AddModule
<IfDefine port>..</IfDefine> entries in the httpd.conf-dist file.
This file could also be used by the apache.sh script to determine which
modules exist on the system and to configure apache to use them.
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