[MacPorts] #24605: P5-cgi-speedycgi +apple_apache :: latest version :: Runtime error -

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#24605: P5-cgi-speedycgi +apple_apache :: latest version :: Runtime error -
 Reporter:  phiwie@…          |       Owner:  markd@…           
     Type:  defect            |      Status:  new               
 Priority:  Normal            |   Milestone:                    
Component:  ports             |     Version:  1.8.2             
 Keywords:                    |        Port:  p5-cgi-speedycgi  

Comment(by phiwie@…):

 Thanks, Mark.

 I selfupdated but had exactly the same error again. Looking at the crash
 report, I see that Apple Perl is being used:

 Binary Images:
     0x1000 -     0x9ff5 +speedy_backend ??? (???)
 <5C6CE5DC-A989-DDF6-D8C6-652B5220999E> /usr/bin/speedy_backend
    0x12000 -    0xf7ff7  libperl.dylib 5.8.9 (compatibility 5.8.0)
   0x11a000 -   0x11eff7  libutil.dylib ??? (???)
 <61FEDBC2-F98A-F343-BFB6-1F9C151F70DD> /usr/lib/libutil.dylib

 Seems that this is the problem, as presumably Apple Perl runs as a 64bit
 binary. Since I use the standard /usr/bin/speedy in my applications, this
 will also trigger the default System Perl. Is there an alternative to not
 having to change all hard-coded SpeedyCGI path names to
 /opt/local/bin/speedy in the scripts, which I really would like to avoid?

Ticket URL: <http://trac.macports.org/ticket/24605#comment:5>
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