Default version knob?
chip at 2bithacker.net
Fri Sep 10 16:10:09 UTC 2010
I was just curious if there's a knob for selecting the default Apache
version to use when no Apache is currently installed.
Specifically, I'm using Tinderbox to create a set of packages, and
mod_perl2 is causing apache20 to build, when I want apache22, because 20
is the minimum version that fulfills mod_perl2's requirements.
I was hoping something like PYTHON_DEFAULT_VERSION or PERL_VER existed
for Apache, but I didn't see anything obvious in bsd.apache.mk.
Chip Marshall <chip at 2bithacker.net>
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