apache2-ports are pickier than before

Clement Laforet sheepkiller at cultdeadsheep.org
Thu Jan 15 07:16:57 PST 2004

On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 15:18:54 +0100
Fritz Heinrichmeyer <Fritz.Heinrichmeyer at Fernuni-Hagen.de> wrote:

Hi Fritz !

> as far as i can remember i always was able to build apache ports with
> my favorite gcc under stable. This has changed after apache-2.0.48_1
> which is in production here with "gcc-3.3.3 20031103 (prerelease)"
> compiled. 

Did you tried you with PORTREVISION 3 ? PORTREVISION 2 were fairly broken on
-STABLE, as we already discussed.

> The problem came up together with extensive warning messages out of
> autoconf-hell when compiling the port.

"autoconf-hell" *is* mandatory for a better flexibility in apache2* ports.
I won't remove it, but I want to fix all issues this changes could have.

Does apache2 work correctly if you skip post-configure target ?

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