You shouldn't have had to download anything extra; Webware 0.8 contains
mod_webkit.dll compiled for both Apache 1.3.X and Apache 2.X. Be sure
you're using the right one for your version of Apache. Look in
/WebKit/Adapters/mod_webkit or /WebKit/Adapters/mod_webkit2 for the 2
If you have the "dumpbin" tool from a Visual Studio installation, you can
figure out which DLLs are needed by running:
dumpbin /imports mod_webkit.dll
I just tried it (on Windows 2000) and it says that KERNEL32.dll,
ApacheCore.dll, and WS2_32.dll are all needed.
Check if those DLLs are present, and you might even try copying them into
the same directory as mod_webkit.dll.
Another possibility is to start up a Python interpreter inside of the
directory containing mod_webkit.dll and use win32api.LoadLibrary to try to
load it directly:
Python 2.2.2 (#37, Oct 14 2002, 17:02:34) [MSC 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import win32api
See if this pops up any useful message boxes.
Thomas Dennehy [mailto:t.dennehy@...] wrote:
> I could not find this topic addressed in any FAQ or in the newsgroup
> hence this post.
> I am trying to install Webware 0.8 for Windows (XP). Everything has gone
> except for configuring apache to load the mod_webkit.dll module. The load
> presumably due to a dependent module that cannot be found. The dll was
> from the MiscDownloads/ForCVS/Windows directory at
> The DLL file is dated 20-Jan-2003.
> I had the same problem trying to get apache to mod_python, which turned
out to have
> a dependency on msvcr70.dll, which would not be installed unless the user
> using Visual Studio 7. Does anyone know the unresolved dependency in
> and from where I might download the module?
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