On platforms that support linking modules with undefined symbols we
actually do it; so most of the time -no-undefined should result in an
On platforms that don't support it, it will result in an error sooner or
later anyway (on those it should build a shared libary with the core
code to link the modules against).
From: Stefan Bühler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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According to the automake faq this is only "hiding errors" and we should be able to do better,
but i don't see how (and their examples don't work with -jX).
For a clean solution we need to compile lemon for the build host, not the target.
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- we want "make dist" to generate them (so you can use them for cross compiles),
but we don't want them to be generated in the source dir.
so if you change the .y files and have an extra build dir, you have to delete
the generated parsers from your source.
they get deleted with "make maintainer-clean"
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- open modules with 'RTLD_NOW|RTLD_GLOBAL'
this fixes the problems with luafilesystems and missing symbols
- added AC_SUBST(UUID_LIBS)
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- moved the status_counter_* functions from mod_fastcgi.c to status_counter.[ch]
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