Subject: Re: apache, ap-perl and pthread
To: Dieter Baron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>
Date: 03/14/2006 22:52:14
On Tue, Mar 14, 2006 at 01:32:47PM +0100, Dieter Baron wrote:
> In article <20060309170437.GA2225@asim.lip6.fr> Manuel wrote:
> : Hi,
> : since perl is compiled with threads by default, ap-perl doesn't work
> : anymore with apache-1.3. This is because ap-perl is linked with threads
> : and httpd isn't. Adding -lpthreads when linking httpd fixes this. For now
> : I've done this by hand when building apache for the few servers where I
> : still use apache-1.3 + mod_perl.
> : What is the best way to fix this in pkgsrc (if we really want to fix it) ?
> There is a list of NetBSD versions that require CFLAGS+=-pthread for
> programs that use dlopen if the loaded library uses pthread. It is
> _BLNK_DLOPEN_REQUIRE_PTHREAD_PLATFORMS in mk/dlopen.buildlink.mk.
> Since NetBSD 3.0 needs this, it should be added to that list. If no
> one objects, I will commit that change.
NetBSD-3 should probably be in _BLNK_DLOPEN_REQUIRE_PTHREAD_PLATFORMS, yes.
However I just tried it, and it doesn't work for www/apache/
I tracked it down to _BLNK_DLOPEN_REQUIRE_PTHREADS being set to no at the
start of mk/dlopen.builtin.mk (so _BLNK_DLOPEN_REQUIRE_PTHREAD_PLATFORMS
isn't even used). I don't know what could set _BLNK_DLOPEN_REQUIRE_PTHREADS,
I suspect one of the buildlink files inclued by the apache Makefile.
I'm using the 2005Q4 branch.
Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference