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Operating Systems BSD rebuild the portsystem Post 302343106 by _R3d on Tuesday 11th of August 2009 03:17:13 PM
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Apache::Build(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					  Apache::Build(3)

Apache::Build - Methods for locating and parsing bits of Apache source code SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Build (); my $build = Apache::Build->new; # rebuild mod_perl with build opts from the previous build % cd modperl-2.0 % perl -MApache::Build -e rebuild DESCRIPTION
This module provides methods for locating and parsing bits of Apache source code. Since mod_perl remembers what build options were used to build it, you can use this knowledge to rebuild it using the same options. Simply chdir to the mod_perl source directory and run: % cd modperl-2.0 % perl -MApache::Build -e rebuild If you want to rebuild not yet installed, but already built mod_perl, run from its root directory: % perl -Ilib -MApache::Build -e rebuild METHODS
new Create an object blessed into the Apache::Build class. my $build = Apache::Build->new; dir Top level directory where source files are located. my $dir = $build->dir; -d $dir or die "can't stat $dir $! "; find Searches for apache source directories, return a list of those found. Example: for my $dir ($build->find) { my $yn = prompt "Configure with $dir ?", "y"; ... } inc Print include paths for MakeMaker's INC argument to "WriteMakefile". Example: use ExtUtils::MakeMaker; use Apache::Build (); WriteMakefile( 'NAME' => 'Apache::Module', 'VERSION' => '0.01', 'INC' => Apache::Build->new->inc, ); module_magic_number Return the MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER defined in the apache source. Example: my $mmn = $build->module_magic_number; httpd_version Return the server version. Example: my $v = $build->httpd_version; otherldflags Return other ld flags for MakeMaker's dynamic_lib argument to "WriteMakefile". This might be needed on systems like AIX that need spe- cial flags to the linker to be able to reference mod_perl or httpd symbols. Example: use ExtUtils::MakeMaker; use Apache::Build (); WriteMakefile( 'NAME' => 'Apache::Module', 'VERSION' => '0.01', 'INC' => Apache::Build->new->inc, 'dynamic_lib' => { 'OTHERLDFLAGS' => Apache::Build->new->otherldflags, }, ); AUTHOR
Doug MacEachern mod_perl-1.99_07 2002-08-28 Apache::Build(3)

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