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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37217] - [FIXED: Dependancy] mod_cgi build broken against APR <0.9.7
Date Thu, 27 Oct 2005 13:13:46 GMT
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jkosin@beta.intcomgrp.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|REOPENED                    |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |LATER
            Summary|mod_cgi build broken against|[FIXED: Dependancy] mod_cgi
                   |APR <0.9.7                  |build broken against APR
                   |                            |<0.9.7




------- Additional Comments From jkosin@beta.intcomgrp.com  2005-10-27 15:13 -------
I'm reclosing this bug, marking it as LATER.

The fix is to update dependancies on the apr and apr-util from
http://apr.apache.org/ to at lease version 0.9.7...

I personally don't see this as a real bug anymore but a dependancy on mod_cgi 
which may need fixing depending on the developers of mod_cgi and their wish for 
backward compatibility with versions < 0.9.7.
There are three fixes as options currently.
  (1)  Comment out the mod_cgi from the httpd.conf file, which fixes the apache 
server running again.
  (2)  Update to the latest apr modules for apache.
  (3)  Wait for a fix (or backport) of a fix to allow apr < 0.9.7.

I don't suggest (3) unless someone is willing to take on the task of making a 
patch that works and is willing to work with the mod_cgi development team on an 
acceptable solution.  Though I'm sure they warned everone when developing for 
2.0.55 of apache this would happen.

Me personally, will have to make more of an effort to read the documentation 
more before reporting these things as bugs.  I am absolutely sure that 
somewhere in the documentation for apache the dependancy on 0.9.7 is stated 
clearly in black and white.

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