Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-24 Thread Jeff Whitaker
the .so for A::R and A::C both statically link to libapreq, which should internally bind the entry points between the A::R/A::C and libapreq libs, and it does on every platform including Apple. However, on Apple, the entry points are also *published*, so when both .so's are pulled in, you

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-24 Thread David R. Morrison
Kyle Moffett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sunday, February 24, 2002, at 07:25 , Jeff Whitaker wrote: the .so for A::R and A::C both statically link to libapreq, which should internally bind the entry points between the A::R/A::C and libapreq libs, and it does on every platform including

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-24 Thread Kyle Moffett
On Sunday, February 24, 2002, at 08:20 , David R. Morrison wrote: Kyle Moffett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sunday, February 24, 2002, at 07:25 , Jeff Whitaker wrote: the .so for A::R and A::C both statically link to libapreq, which should internally bind the entry points between the

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-21 Thread Randal L. Schwartz
Kyle == Kyle Moffett [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Kyle Also, I am confused as to exactly what Apache::Request is, and where Kyle it is found, because all these work (and I've never installed a Kyle specific Apache::Request): Kyle [localhost:~] kyle% perl -MApache::Request -e '1' Kyle

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-21 Thread Kyle Moffett
The problem is that both Apache::Request and Apache::Cookie link in libapreq (statically). You can use one *or* the other in a given mod_perl-enabled process, but if you try to use both, they both publish the same libapreq's symbols, and you get a symbol clash. That is kind of weird, why

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-21 Thread Randal L. Schwartz
Kyle == Kyle Moffett [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The problem is that both Apache::Request and Apache::Cookie link in libapreq (statically). You can use one *or* the other in a given mod_perl-enabled process, but if you try to use both, they both publish the same libapreq's symbols, and you

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-19 Thread Ken Williams
On Sunday, January 27, 2002, at 03:55 PM, Kyle Moffett wrote: In using Apache::ASP, I need to use Apache::Request, I think, and I think that is the cause for this error: parse_file_count check failed at T.pm line 33. -- , blib/lib/Apache/ASP.pm line 1556 FAILED before any test output

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-19 Thread Kyle Moffett
parse_file_count check failed at T.pm line 33. -- , blib/lib/Apache/ASP.pm line 1556 FAILED before any test output arrived I figured out this stupid error, the test script makes a silly logical error, I made a patch to fix it, can somebody please add the three packages to CVS (on the

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-02-19 Thread Kyle Moffett
I have figured out the problem. The apple provided mod_perl is a shared lib. I was looking to rebuild mod_perl with the latest version, and here's what I found: The mod_perl readme says that the shared lib support is new and very unstable I have encountered similar problems just using

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-27 Thread Kyle Moffett
Sorry, I went skiing this weekend, so I was unable to answer until now On Friday, January 25, 2002, at 11:28 , Ken Williams wrote: Hi Kyle, I have a couple of questions about this: 1) Is Apache::Request one of the modules you've ported? AFAIK nobody else has succeeded in actually getting

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-27 Thread Ken Williams
On Sunday, January 27, 2002, at 01:03 PM, Kyle Moffett wrote: Sorry, I went skiing this weekend, so I was unable to answer until now No problem. =) On Friday, January 25, 2002, at 11:28 , Ken Williams wrote: Hi Kyle, I have a couple of questions about this: 1) Is Apache::Request one of

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-27 Thread Kyle Moffett
OK, I see what you mean 1) Is Apache::Request one of the modules you've ported? AFAIK nobody else has succeeded in actually getting that (libapr) to work on OS X. It builds and installs fine, but segfaults when you try to run, for instance, the mod_perl test suite. In using

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-27 Thread Ken Williams
On Sunday, January 27, 2002, at 03:55 PM, Kyle Moffett wrote: In using Apache::ASP, I need to use Apache::Request, I think, and I think that is the cause for this error: parse_file_count check failed at T.pm line 33. -- , blib/lib/Apache/ASP.pm line 1556 FAILED before any test output

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-25 Thread Ken Williams
On Thursday, January 24, 2002, at 08:15 PM, Kyle Moffett wrote: I am attempting to create a slew of packages for Apache::ASP and all its dependancies... Hi Kyle, I have a couple of questions about this: 1) Is Apache::Request one of the modules you've ported? AFAIK nobody else has

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-24 Thread Kyle Moffett
On Thursday, January 24, 2002, at 09:20 , Jeremy Higgs wrote: On 25/1/02 1:15 PM, Kyle Moffett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am attempting to create a slew of packages for Apache::ASP and all its dependancies, should I create them all, then post to a single package submission? Or should I

Re: [Fink-devel] Perl Packages Diff usage

2002-01-24 Thread David R. Morrison
At the very least, you could create all 15 .info files, wrap them up into a single .tar file, and put the .tar file onto the package submission tracker. Don't make me download 15 separate things! Thanks, Dave ___ Fink-devel mailing list [EMAIL