Subject: Re: APACHE_DEFAULT_FILES and missing header files.
To: Juan RP <email@example.com>
From: Adrian Portelli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/15/2004 05:47:39
The idea was that the default of APACHE_DEFAULT_FILES=YES would make the
package behave as our previous apache package did. Only by defining
APACHE_DEFAULT_FILES=NO would it do something different.
The header files should be installed regardless of this build def as
that's considered a core part of apache. It's only files under:
that the new build def is _supposed_ to effect.
I don't know why this is behaving like this as it was fine when I tested
it on my 1.6 box. I've backed out the change in the mean time so the
package is stable . . . I'll investigate it offline and would like to add
it back in at some stage after I've done some more testing.
Thanks for the feedback.
> I've just reinstalled apache2 on my server, but surprise, the header files
> not installed with APACHE_DEFAULT_FILES=YES (it's the default now), so
> changed it to "NO" and some files were not installed (share/httpd/manual).
> Could you please fix this? oh and BTW all header files should be installed
> default, because they are required for ap2-subversion and maybe others.
> Juan RP <email@example.com>