1:<rexxtags:page title="What's the setup for REXXTAGS?" type="Tutorial"> 2:
3:<p>First, you should get Apache and Mod_Rexx running.</p> 4:
5:<p>You then have to choose a directory where you'll put the REXXTAGS compiler (e.g., c:\apache),
6:and add a directive in the Apache configuration file (usually httpd.conf) so that Mod_Rexx can use the compiler,
7:for example:</p> 8:
9:<pre> RexxRspCompiler "c:/Apache/rexxtags.rex"</pre> 10:
11:<p>Mod_Rexx allows you to specify a different compiler for each directory, if you so desire.
12:You can assign the REXXTAGS compiler to a test directory if you want.</p> 13:
14:<p>Finally, you should choose one or more directories to contain the REXX tag procedures.
15:We will refer to those directories as <i>the taglib directories</i> throughout this tutorial.
16:These directories may be located anywhere in your filesystem.
17:You'll have to declare the directories to the REXXTAGS compiler
18:by using Mod_Rexx's RexxSetVar directive to create a 'taglib' REXX stem, for example:</p> 19:<pre> RexxSetVar taglib.0 2
20: RexxSetVar taglib.1 "C:/apache/rex/"
21: RexxSetVar taglib.2 "C:/apache/rex/test/"
22:</pre> 23:<p>You can specify different taglib directories for different web directories: Mod_Rexx allows that.
24:Obviously, if you did assign the REXXTAGS compiler to a test directory,
25:you'll have to declare your taglib directories in the same directory.</p> 26:
27:<p>That's all. You can now start writing your own REXX tags.</p> 28:</rexxtags:page>
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