need some hint about how to handle the following issue (new
ohauer at FreeBSD.org
Tue Mar 29 22:03:36 UTC 2011
On 2011-03-29 23:51, Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
> On 03/29/11 21:33, Olli Hauer wrote:
>> do you know the reason for the following expression
>> at top of bsd.apache.mk
>>> .if !defined(Apache_Pre_Include) || defined(PORT_IS_MODULE)
> USE_APACHE= common22 is reserved specifically so that www/apache* ports
> can use Mk/bsd.apache.mk themselves. Note how *zope* ports get this wrong.
> When USE_APACHE= commmonXX AP_PORT_IS_SERVER is true meaning your in
> www/apacheX* ports. When AP_PORT_IS_MODULE is true you're got
> USE_APACHE=XX and you're in anything not www/apacheXX. Usually www/mod_*.
> See also the layout for www/apache22 and www/apache22-$mpm-mpm which
> re-uses the commonXX.
The use of commonXX is clear, maybe the following explains
better why I ask.
-.if !defined(Apache_Pre_Include) || defined(PORT_IS_MODULE)
+.if !defined(Apache_Pre_Include) || defined(AP_PORT_IS_MODULE)
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