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Timestamp:
02/02/11 15:22:45 (10 years ago)
Author:
ak19
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Sherlock Sam solved the mysterious problem of why the Mac binary's gs2-server.sh was working but not when the apache server was launched through GLI and whey both worked for the source distribution. The reason was that GLI runs gs2-server from the GLI folder, so a mere test for the existence of an apache-httpd dir will fail when done from the GLI fplder, unless prefixed with the full path to it.

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  • main/trunk/greenstone2/gs2-server.sh

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    66 # On MAC, need to tell apache to find and use its own libiconv(?).dylib
    67 if test -e apache-httpd ; then
     66# On MAC, need to tell apache to find and use its own libiconv<num>.dylib
     67# If gs2-server.sh is run from GLI, we can't just test for the existence
     68# of "apache-httpd", so use the full path (from GSDLHOME) to test it exists
     69if test -e "$GSDLHOME/apache-httpd" ; then
    6870    echo "+Adding in executable path for apache-httpd"
    6971    PATH=$GSDLHOME/apache-httpd/$GSDLOS/bin:$PATH
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