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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29744] - CONNECT does not work over existing SSL connection
Date Mon, 20 Mar 2006 21:00:56 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rpluem@apache.org  2006-03-20 21:00 -------
(In reply to comment #17)
> I think we all can agree on that we should refrain from telling people on what
> they should and what they should not do. Even if some things are not advisable
> someone might have no alternative.

It is not about telling people what they should do. If you want to use httpd for
word processing I won't tell you that you should not do, but I would not accept
any bug that says, that it fails to print. Furthermore I would not support any
enhancement requests to teach httpd to do so (This report here is an enhancement
request).

Connecting via SSL to a proxy and issuing a CONNECT command is not specified in
any RFC and thus it is no bug.
As you can currently see, there is no conviction that this is useful or no
priority on this issue by the developers working on the reports in bugzilla.
But it is open source. So feel free to prepare a patch that solves this issue
test it and try to convince the developer community on the dev@httpd.apache.org
list that this is something useful that it should be added to httpd.
And if the developers do not like it, you can use it at least for own.

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