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Problem building mod_ruby 1.1.2 on Mac OS X 10.3 - Ruby

I'm trying to set up my Mac so I can write .rhtml files in Ruby. I've downloaded and built eRuby 1.0.5 and apache 2.0.48 and they both seem fine. I'm now trying build mod_ruby. I start with ./configure --with-apxs Then make With this I get the following error after a load of other stuff before that looks like it works. ld: Undefined symbols: _ap_add_cgi_vars _ap_add_common_vars _ap_add_version_component _ap_kill_timeout _ap_log_error _ap_null_cleanup _ap_palloc _ap_register_cleanup _ap_signal _ap_soft_timeout _ap_table_get _ap_table_set _environ _rb_string_value_ptr _ap_append_arrays _ap_make_array _ap_make_table _ap_overlay_tables _ap_pcalloc _ap_pstrdup _ap_pstrndup _ap_push_array _ap_chdir_file _ap_get_server_built _ap_get_server_version _ap_server_root _ap_unescape_url _ap_clear_table _ap_table_add _ap_table_merge _ap_table_unset _core_module _ap_allow_options _ap_allow_overrides _ap_bgetopt _ap_construct_url _ap_custom_response ...

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    Default Problem building mod_ruby 1.1.2 on Mac OS X 10.3

    I'm trying to set up my Mac so I can write .rhtml files in Ruby.

    I've downloaded and built eRuby 1.0.5 and apache 2.0.48 and they both seem
    fine.

    I'm now trying build mod_ruby.

    I start with ./configure --with-apxs

    Then make

    With this I get the following error after a load of other stuff before that
    looks like it works.

    ld: Undefined symbols:
    _ap_add_cgi_vars
    _ap_add_common_vars
    _ap_add_version_component
    _ap_kill_timeout
    _ap_log_error
    _ap_null_cleanup
    _ap_palloc
    _ap_register_cleanup
    _ap_signal
    _ap_soft_timeout
    _ap_table_get
    _ap_table_set
    _environ
    _rb_string_value_ptr
    _ap_append_arrays
    _ap_make_array
    _ap_make_table
    _ap_overlay_tables
    _ap_pcalloc
    _ap_pstrdup
    _ap_pstrndup
    _ap_push_array
    _ap_chdir_file
    _ap_get_server_built
    _ap_get_server_version
    _ap_server_root
    _ap_unescape_url
    _ap_clear_table
    _ap_table_add
    _ap_table_merge
    _ap_table_unset
    _core_module
    _ap_allow_options
    _ap_allow_overrides
    _ap_bgetopt
    _ap_construct_url
    _ap_custom_response
    _ap_default_type
    _ap_escape_html
    _ap_get_basic_auth_pw
    _ap_get_client_block
    _ap_get_remote_host
    _ap_get_remote_logname
    _ap_get_server_name
    _ap_get_server_port
    _ap_hard_timeout
    _ap_internal_redirect
    _ap_is_initial_req
    _ap_note_auth_failure
    _ap_note_basic_auth_failure
    _ap_note_digest_auth_failure
    _ap_psignature
    _ap_requires
    _ap_reset_timeout
    _ap_rflush
    _ap_rputc
    _ap_rwrite
    _ap_satisfies
    _ap_send_fd_length
    _ap_send_http_header
    _ap_setup_client_block
    _ap_should_client_block
    _ap_sub_req_lookup_file
    _ap_sub_req_lookup_uri
    _ap_table_setn
    make: *** [mod_ruby.so] Error 1

    What do I do to solve this? Where do I start? What should I look at? Should
    I be pointing to a directory? Where would all these things that are missing
    live?

    I'm kind of out of my depth here, as I'm not an expert in any of this
    stuff.

    Thanks,

    Roman
    Roman Guest

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    Default Re: Problem building mod_ruby 1.1.2 on Mac OS X 10.3

    In article <40283837$0$16188$zen.co.uk>,
    Roman Marszalek <co.uk> wrote:
     

    My guess is you need to include some directory or library that contains
    these functions. Is it possible '_ap_' means Apache? If so, check out
    the Apache libraries.

    --
    Robert B. Peirce, Venetia, PA 724-941-6883
    bob AT peirce-family.com [Mac]
    rbp AT cooksonpeirce.com [Office]

    Robert Guest

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    Default Re: Problem building mod_ruby 1.1.2 on Mac OS X 10.3

    Hello Robert,

    Wednesday, February 11, 2004, 2:05:05 AM, you wrote:

    RP> In article <40283837$0$16188$zen.co.uk>,
    RP> Roman Marszalek <co.uk> wrote:
     [/ref]

    RP> My guess is you need to include some directory or library that contains
    RP> these functions. Is it possible '_ap_' means Apache? If so, check out
    RP> the Apache libraries.

    This is off-topic here. Please use the mod_ruby mailing list.


    --
    Best regards,
    Lothar mailto:com



    Lothar Guest

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