Subject: call for review: extending www/apache/module.mk to support apache2
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Stoned Elipot <email@example.com>
Date: 09/20/2004 23:20:02
Here are diffs so that www/apache/module.mk can be used to build
apache 1 or apache 2 modules with the help of apxs.
In the diff you'll also find how to use this for a package that supports
both apache 1 and apache 2 (www/ap-fastcgi, the diffs also have an update
of the package) and another example on how to use this for a package
that supports only one version of apache (www/ap2-auth-pgsql) with
the help of PKG_APACHE_ACCEPTED.
For dealing with apache manual location being different between the apache2
package and other apache pkgs I've also added some PLIST related stuff in
Of course package supporting apache2 package and other apache packages would
have to be fixed to take advantage of that (see the example www/ap-fastcgi
So what do you people think of this ?