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Apache::compat and new Perl
Do I need mod_perl1 installed to get Apache::compat and mod_perl2 to work?

mp2 will be using a different Perl, and I'd prefer not to install it if I don't have to.



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Re: Apache::compat and new Perl [ In reply to ]
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 5:46 AM, Josh Narins <jnarins@seniorbridge.com> wrote:
>
> Do I need mod_perl1 installed to get Apache::compat and mod_perl2 to work?
>
> mp2 will be using a different Perl, and I'd prefer not to install it if I don't have to.

You should be fine without mp1, but remember you'll need to build it
against another httpd with your different perl. You can't build
mod_perl against the same httpd that already has one built or it will
replace that module you've built against the original perl.