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Subject [users@httpd] I'm having trouble using SetEnv on my Macintosh
Date Sat, 29 Oct 2005 08:56:25 GMT
I have OS X.3.
I'm trying to use J (an interpretted language) from for CGI.  But 
J needs an environment variable set

If I create a shell script to set the environment variable
and then invoke J it 
works.  But I want to avoid the extra file read.  J supports
#! .  I.e.
works if the JPATHj504 environment variable is set.  So I
would like to have 
httpd set that variable.  But when I try 

SetEnv JPATHj504 /Users/llund/j504

in httpd.conf Apache fails to start up.  I have also tried 

SetEnv JPATHj504 "/Users/llund/j504"

Do I have the syntax wrong?  Or do I have to put it just the
place in httpd.conf?

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