Bricolage + mod_perl. Comments welcomed.
mat at FreeBSD.org
Thu Sep 11 12:00:44 PDT 2003
+-Le 11/09/2003 18:53 +0000, Philip Reynolds écrivait :
| I realise the ports freeze is on at the moment, but I'm looking for
| At the moment, I'm trying to package up bricolage into a port.
| Everything seemed to be going OK, but I most have missed the big
| blazing sentence in the INSTALL file which said "mod_perl must be
| statically compiled into Apache" ... so after adding all (and there
| was a lot of them) the required dependencies, bricolage wouldn't
| build because mod_perl wasn't statically compiled. So, then I
| started looking into ways to do this via ports. It came to a
| thundering halt when I could find no other way than creating a
| separate port.
| I was thinking of creating something like the www/apache13-ssl port
| and name it apache13-mod_perl. Is this the appropiate way to solve
| the problem? Does anyone know of any other ports or programs that
| might benefit (or need) a statically compiled version of
| Any comments or suggestions, especially by committers, are welcome.
Why does it need mod_perl statically linked into apache ?
There are known leaks with it as a dso, but it does not harm to have it
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