[Desktop_printing] Re: Building PAPI implementation

Norm Jacobs Norm.Jacobs at Sun.COM
Wed May 17 07:32:36 PDT 2006


The Apache support is only necessary if you want to supply IPP
support for a print service that doesn't already have an IPP listener.
We use it on Solaris, but if you are using CUPS, you don't need the
listener.  That being said, I will be fixing it in the next few days when
I fix it's Apache 2.X support.  In the meantime, you can configure
--without-apache and it should avoid building the IPP listener
module (mod_ipp.so).
Thanks for the heads-up and the patch to the build infrastructure.

    -Norm

Till Kamppeter wrote:
> Now I am trying to build the PAPI package from
> http://openprinting.sourceforge.net/ I am building the current
> Subversion state, rev 164.
>
> There I have encountered some problems:
>
> - At first I needed to patch the build infrastructure a little bit to
> make it compiling the Apache support. The patch on the acinclude.m4 file
> you can find here:
>
> http://www.linuxprinting.org/till/tmp/papi-1.0-acinclude-m4-apache-apr1.patch
>
> - Then I had a problem building the software, as
> source/mod_ipp/mod_ipp.c includes the file apr_compat.h in case of
> building with Apache support. According to
>
> http://www.apache.org/dist/apr/CHANGES-APR-1.2
>
> this header file was removed on the transition from APR 0.9.5 to 1.0.0
> and I have 1.2.7 on Mandriva's Cooker. So here the Apache module needs
> to be updated to the current Apache/APR API.
>
>    Till
>   




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