Oops, I was to negative here (having some bad moments).
First, I like you Branko and have the deepest respect for you. I feel
that you are an honest and decent person who don't try to miscredit me
(or anyone else for that matter).
Please, bare over with me for my negative writing on my previous posting.
On Tuesday 03 February 2004 12.31, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I'm still thinking about this. Did the installer use to put
> libdb40.dll in the Apache directory, or does it just use something
> already installed by Apache?
> If the first, then there's no problem at all -- the installer can just
> replace libdb40.dll with libdb42.dll when it configures the Apache
> modules, and there's no need to tell the user about the change.
The Installer do only put libdb42.dll in the Subversion path at the
moment. There is no libdb42.dll (or libdb40.dll) included with Apache
A have (locally on a WC) a version of the installer that installs
libdb42.dll to Apache's modules folder as well as in the Subversion path
when Apache is detected on the system.
It does a "apache -k stop/apache -k uninstall/copy dbfile/apache -k
install/apache -k start" cycle.
> > > And it would be oh so nice to fix the English in these docs before
> > > we put them into a release...
> > Anyone are welcome to fix my English. This happends automatically by
> > several people on the CHANGES file and program comments and so on.
> > I will work on improving my grammar, but in the meantime - and even
> > "English speaking" peopele do mistakes from time to time, I ask/beg
> > everyone to tell me what's wrong or fix it.
> Jostein, I'm not criticising your English, nor do I expect everyone's
> English to be perfect. After all, mine isn't. :-) What I'm saying is,
> fixing the language doesn't cost us anything (except somebody's time).
> I can try to find the time to do that myself this week.
I'm glad you do. Your spelings and granmars is much butter than mine :-)
To be serious: -My English sucks, and I need help.
> > For me, this sounds like the installer are next to shit but it's
> > tolerable because it's better than nothing (or do I misunderstand
> > here?).
> No no no, you misunderstood. I'm very happy with the installer, and I
> definitely want to see the changes merged to 1.0. The point of what I
> wrote is that this merge should not delay the 1.0 release; that's why
> I stressed that "these changes have no impact on the rest of
> I'm sorry if this wasn't clear.
I'm to touchy today. You have not done anything wrong.
> > I thinks it's time to lend the installer over to someone else (even
> > when I love this job), but I wont let it go until after 1.00.0.
Thanks for saying it Branko. It means a lot :-)
I did not mean to attack you, I'm sorry.
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