How to build mod_substitute from apache22 port?

Philip M. Gollucci pgollucci at
Wed Aug 4 15:03:13 UTC 2010

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On 08/04/10 08:03, Christian Marg wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm setting up a reverse proxy on FreeBSD using Apache22. Now I found
> out that the FreeBSD Port doesn't build mod_substitute by default and
> that there is no (visible) knob to enable building it.
> How should I go on and build the Module - keeping it available during
> Portupgrade (i.e. no manual build...)?
> I'm not quite comfortable with using "WITHOUT_APACHE_OPTIONS", since it
> would disable all the "freebsd port magic" and leave me with selecting
> all the right modules and stuff - but I only want to add mod_substitute...
send-pr for this request, I'll get to eventually.  In the mean-time
you'll have to edit the port Makefiles yourself.


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