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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13986] - remove default MIME-type
Date Mon, 03 Feb 2003 03:58:07 GMT
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remove default MIME-type





------- Additional Comments From bzbarsky@mit.edu  2003-02-03 03:58 -------
André, You're right. "DefaultType None" would indeed make sense (and could then
be the default value in the absense of that directive).

The patch could be easily modified to do this, I think -- just ignore the
DefaultType directive if the type it sets is "None"....

That said, I'm not sure I made it clear that the patch is completely untested
and that I'm not likely to be able to test it rigorously (unless there's a
publicly available regression suite for httpd?).  I just read through the patch
again and looked at http://httpd.apache.org/dev/patches.html, and I think I may
have a few tabs in there and one place where a boolean operation is at end of
line instead of start of line; I can certainly fix those.

Any advice as to how the process goes from here?  Should I send mail to
dev@httpd.apache.org ?  Or is this bug report sufficient?  Should I just be
patient and wait?

I guess what I'm really saying is, I'm willing to spend more time polishing the
proof-of-concept here if the basic idea (and basic approach of having a NULL
char* for the header value?) is deemed sound and if the core group wants to take
the patch.  If not, I'd naturally rather not waste time on it.  ;)

Please let me know.

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