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my $src = Apache::src->new;

for my $path ($src->find) { my $mmn = $src->module_magic_number($path); my $v = $src->httpd_version($path); next unless $v; print "path = $path ($mmn,$v)\n"; my $dir = $src->prompt("Configure with $path?"); }

NAME

Apache::src - Methods for locating and parsing bits of Apache source code

SYNOPSIS

 use Apache::src ();
 my $src = Apache::src->new;

DESCRIPTION

This module provides methods for locating and parsing bits of Apache source code.

METHODS

new

Create an object blessed into the Apache::src class.

 my $src = Apache::src->new;
dir

Top level directory where source files are located.

 my $dir = $src->dir;
 -d $dir or die "can't stat $dir $!\n";
main

Apache's source tree was reorganized during development of version 1.3. So, common header files such as httpd.h are in different directories between versions less than 1.3 and those equal to or greater. This method will return the right directory.

Example:

 -e join "/", $src->main, "httpd.h" or die "can't stat httpd.h\n";
find

Searches for apache source directories, return a list of those found.

Example:

 for my $dir ($src->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::src ();

 WriteMakefile(
     'NAME'    => 'Apache::Module',
     'VERSION' => '0.01', 
     'INC'     => Apache::src->new->inc,              
 );
module_magic_number

Return the MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER defined in the apache source.

Example:

 my $mmn = $src->module_magic_number;
httpd_version

Return the server version.

Example:

 my $v = $src->httpd_version;

AUTHOR

Doug MacEachern

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