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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38034] - PUT If-None-Match: "*" failures
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2007 16:46:38 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From tolsen@alum.mit.edu  2007-12-20 08:46 -------
> I'm not qualified to provide advice on that question. But please note that the
> patch can easily be modified if this assumption turns out not to be valid. So
> the only thing preventing this bug from being closed is making this decision.

The main thing preventing this bug from being closed is an actual commit to the source code.
 This bug 
has been opened for almost 2 years (16593 has been open for over 4.5 years!) and has seen
3 or 4 
proposed patches.

When a bug sees this many patches and no action, then there is a scaling problem somewhere
in the 
development process.

Adoption of the litmus webdav test suite would also be good to prevent regressions.  I spoke
to Greg 
Stein at ApacheCon last month about this bug and he mentioned that he had tested If-Match
/ If-
None-Match behavior when he originally wrote mod_dav.  Unfortunately, mod_dav has regressed
in 
that regard.  An automated test would have caught the regression.

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