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Compile mod_jk with forth?

 
Meir Yan
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hello all
I compiling apache with forth , because all the application is compiled with forte ( what can I do this is what the big boss decide)
any way now I need to connect the tomcat with mod_jk as the connector Im using apache 1.3 .27 and tomcat 4.0 (something´┐Ż)
can I compile the mod_jk with forth ?

Thanks allot
 
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Meir,
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William Brogden
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I thought Sun dropped "Forte" in favor of NetBeans. What version do you have and is it really still called Forte?
Incidently Forth is a completely separate language.
Bill
 
Meir Yan
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using sunstudio 9 forte compiler
 
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