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Andreas J. Koenig wrote:
>>>>>> On Tue, 25 Dec 2007 10:47:48 -0800, "Philippe M. Chiasson"

ectoplasm.org> said:
> [...]
>=20
> From what I can see in the code it can only be "so" but I wonder why I
> do not see it expanded in any file. In my apache directory I grep
> recursively:
>=20
> # grep -r MP_LIBEXT . =20
> ./src/modules/perl/Makefile.tmpl:libperl.$(MP_LIBEXT): $(MP_OBJS_PIC)
> ./src/modules/perl/Makefile.tmpl: $(APXS) -i -a -n perl libperl.$=

(MP_LIBEXT)
> ./src/modules/perl/configure:echo "MP_LIBEXT=3D$my_soext" >>$my_makefil=

econf
> ./src/modules/perl/Makefile:libperl.$(MP_LIBEXT): $(MP_OBJS_PIC)
> ./src/modules/perl/Makefile: $(APXS) -i -a -n perl libperl.$(MP_LIBE=

XT)

grep -R MP_LIBEXT [httpd-src]/src/modules/perl

> I get the impression that src/modules/perl/configure is not being run
> for whatever reason.
>=20
> Let me know if I can try further things out.


Look in the httpd source, these files end up copied over into the httpd
tree and stuff is being run from there.

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