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From Joshua Moore-Oliva <>
Subject Re: interim solution
Date Tue, 24 Sep 2002 05:58:32 GMT
I completely agree with you... right now I am using the cvs apreq that
was given out and I need to get my clients to compile it into their
apache servers which isn't that great...

I could definately use an interim solution too.


On Wed, 2002-09-25 at 00:11, Daniel Risacher wrote:
> I've tried to read all the list archives to find out the status of
> apreq for httpd-2.  I can see how engineering it as a filter or as
> part of the httpd core would be good ideas.  The problem is that there
> isn't anything useful for people to use right *now*.  
> How hard would it be to build an interim apreq-2 (more of an
> apreq-1.5, perhaps) that would help out module developers until a real
> solution can be designed?  I would prefer something standalone so it
> neither requires lengthy coordination with the httpd developers nor
> rebuilding httpd for the user.  (I saw that Joe had released patches
> against httpd-cvs, but I'm not too excited about using the httpd cvs
> version... I just want a server that works and a library to parse my
> cookies.)
> Anyone else interested in putting something like this together?
> -Dan 

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