Here is my configuration for running lxr on windoze w/cygwin -- just in case it helps someone. :-) By the way, if you use the windoze port of apache, then make sure you change the path to the interpreter in all the lxr perl scripts.
# Configuration file.
# Define typed variable "v", read valueset from file.
variable: v, Version, [/srv/www/lxr/source/versions], [/srv/www/lxr/source/defversion]
# Define typed variable "a". First value is default.
variable: a, Architecture, (i386, alpha, m68k, mips, ppc, sparc, sparc64)
# Define the base url for the LXR files.
# These are the templates for the HTML heading, directory listing and
# footer, respectively.
# The source is here.
# "#include <foo.h>" is mapped to this directory (in the LXR source
# The database files go here.
# Glimpse can be found here.
# The power of regexps. This is pretty Linux-specific, but quite
# useful. Tinker with it and see what it does. (How's that for
map: /include/asm[^\/]*/ /include/asm-$a/
map: /arch/[^\/]+/ /arch/$a/
relevant part of httpd.conf
Alias /lxr/ "/srv/www/lxr/http/"
Options Indexes +ExecCGI
Allow from all
<Files ~ (search|source|ident|diff)$>
I am trying to make LXR-0.9.8 run on windows server 2003, can you please
let me know what all the tools we require and what steps to follow to make it
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