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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15624] - if SSL is defined httpd should complain about missing mod_ssl.so, etc.
Date Sun, 16 Nov 2003 16:03:02 GMT
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if SSL is defined httpd should complain about missing mod_ssl.so, etc.





------- Additional Comments From slive@apache.org  2003-11-16 16:03 -------
Deprecated doesn't mean gone ;-)  Deprecated means the documentation says not to
use it.  (See the apachectl docs.)

I would prefer to get rid of the <IfDefine SSL> lines as well, but some others
seem to disagree.  I recommend that people who want SSL remove the <IfDefine>
lines or edit apachectl to add -DSSL to the main httpd invocation.

The whole concept of having to use a different command to start SSL doesn't
make sense to me.  Either you want SSL in the server, in which case it should
be started all the time, or you don't.

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