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#!/bin/sh 
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# instdso.sh - install Apache DSO modules 
# 
# we use this instead of libtool --install because: 
# 1) on a few platforms libtool doesn't install DSOs exactly like we'd 
#    want (weird names, doesn't remove DSO first) 
# 2) we never want the .la files copied, so we might as well copy 
#    the .so files ourselves 
 
if test "$#" != "3"; then 
    echo "wrong number of arguments to instdso.sh" 
    echo "Usage: instdso.sh SH_LIBTOOL-value dso-name path-to-modules" 
    exit 1 
fi 
 
SH_LIBTOOL=`echo $1 | sed -e 's/^SH_LIBTOOL=//'` 
DSOARCHIVE=$2 
DSOARCHIVE_BASENAME=`basename $2` 
TARGETDIR=$3 
DSOBASE=`echo $DSOARCHIVE_BASENAME | sed -e 's/\.la$//'` 
TARGET_NAME="$DSOBASE.so" 
 
SYS=`uname -s` 
 
if test "$SYS" = "AIX" 
then 
    # on AIX, shared libraries remain in storage even when 
    # all processes using them have exited; standard practice 
    # prior to installing a shared library is to rm -f first 
    CMD="rm -f $TARGETDIR/$TARGET_NAME" 
    echo $CMD 
    $CMD || exit $? 
fi 
 
CMD="$SH_LIBTOOL --mode=install cp $DSOARCHIVE $TARGETDIR/" 
echo $CMD 
$CMD || exit $? 
 
if test "$SYS" = "OS/2" 
then 
    # on OS/2, aplibtool --install doesn't copy the .la files & we can't 
    # rename DLLs to have a .so extension or they won't load so none of the  
    # steps below make sense. 
    exit 0 
fi 
 
DLNAME=`sed -n "/^dlname=/{s/.*='\([^']*\)'/\1/;p;}" $TARGETDIR/$DSOARCHIVE_BASENAME` 
LIBRARY_NAMES=`sed -n "/^library_names/{s/library_names='\([^']*\)'/\1/;p;}" $TARGETDIR/$DSOARCHIVE_BASENAME` 
LIBRARY_NAMES=`echo $LIBRARY_NAMES | sed -e "s/ *$DLNAME//g"` 
 
if test -z "$DLNAME" 
then 
  echo "Warning!  dlname not found in $TARGETDIR/$DSOARCHIVE_BASENAME." 
  echo "Assuming installing a .so rather than a libtool archive." 
  exit 0 
fi 
 
if test -n "$LIBRARY_NAMES" 
then 
    for f in $LIBRARY_NAMES 
    do 
        rm -f $TARGETDIR/$f 
    done 
fi 
 
if test "$DLNAME" != "$TARGET_NAME" 
then 
    mv $TARGETDIR/$DLNAME $TARGETDIR/$TARGET_NAME 
fi 
 
rm -f $TARGETDIR/$DSOARCHIVE_BASENAME 
rm -f $TARGETDIR/$DSOBASE.a 
rm -f $TARGETDIR/lib$DSOBASE.a 
rm -f $TARGETDIR/lib$TARGET_NAME 
 
exit 0