for OS/2

How to Build

NOTE: With the release of Apache v1.3.9, loadable modules are now supported in OS/2 which means that the need to compile it yourself is no longer required if you just want to adjust the active modules. You just have to edit your httpd.conf file to load the modules you want at run time.

If you wish to build your own customized version of Apache httpd you will need to have the following tools installed.

Once you've installed all the above, edit src\Configuration to match your requirements, then run "sh -c Configure" from the src directory. If there are no errors, run "make" to build your custom httpd.exe.