mod_xmltime for Apache httpd 1.3.x

mod_xmltime creates an XML Date/Time graph [try it]. When used in conjunction with mod_xobjex you can do things like this. Click here for the source.


  1. Apache httpd 1.3.x
  2. Daniel Velliard's libxml2.


  1. Verify that you have a late version of libxml2.
  2. Verify that 'apxs' is on your path (it should have installed with your Apache installation).
  3. Download mod_xmltime.tar.gz.
  4. Un-tar the file (i.e. tar -zxf mod_xmltime.tar.gz )
  5. enter the mod_xmltime directory (i.e. cd path/to/mod_xmltime)
  6. If your 'lib' and 'include' directories are NOT in '/usr/local', type 'make WITH_PREFIX=/PATH/TO/PREFIX all' otherwise type 'make all'
  7. Switch user (su) to a user with permission to write into '/path/to/apache/installation' (i.e. root)
  8. Type 'make install'
  9. Verify that the following items are in your 'httpd.conf' file:
    1. LoadModule xobjex_module libexec/apache/
    2. AddModule mod_xmltime.c
    3. <IfModule mod_xmltime.c>
      <FilesMatch "timestamp.xml">
      SetHandler xmltime-handler
  10. Restart your Apache httpd or 'make reload', instead.

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