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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] cgi_exec_info_t: detached & addrspace fieldscombined
Date Mon, 28 Jun 2004 03:42:41 GMT
At 04:14 PM 6/27/2004, Paul Querna wrote:

>I think we should branch httpd 2.1 into 2.2, and make a new stable
>branch. The focus Work on making an APR 1.1 with *any* API changes we
>need, and at the same time push 2.1 towards a 2.2 branch.  Hopefully in
>a month or two, release APR 1.1.0 and HTTPd 2.2.0 with the new APIs and
>plenty of new features.

???  First, we aren't dev@httpd, we have no say.

Second, 2.1-dev is perpetually 2.1-dev (or 2.1.0-dev, 2.1.1-dev, etc)... 
There is no reason to fork the 2.1 dev tree because it will never be a release.

The 2.2 will be a release according to the generally accepted roadmap
of the httpd project.  If that means it's based on APR 1.0, or 1.1, or 2.0,
all depends on where APR is when httpd-2.2.0 is finally -released-.  It will
be the finishing point of the httpd-2.1 development effort.

AFA this patch, I'd say go for it, it looks pretty useful and mostly harmless.


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