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From r..@apache.org (Ralf S. Engelschall)
Subject cvs commit: apache CHANGES
Date Tue, 05 Aug 1997 10:57:57 GMT
rse         97/08/05 03:57:56

  Modified:    .         CHANGES
  Log:
  Don't forget that we actually overhauled mod_rewrite a lot
  between Apache 1.2 and 1.3.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.12      +15 -9     apache/CHANGES
  
  Index: CHANGES
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache/CHANGES,v
  retrieving revision 1.11
  retrieving revision 1.12
  diff -u -r1.11 -r1.12
  --- CHANGES	1997/07/25 10:45:57	1.11
  +++ CHANGES	1997/08/05 10:57:55	1.12
  @@ -64,13 +64,19 @@
          to set up anything that need to be done once per processes. For
          example, connections to databases.
   
  -  *) Integrated mod_rewrite 3.0.9 & Moved development authority
  -	   The last officially available release of mod_rewrite (3.0.9) was
  -	   integrated into the Apache source repository. Additionally to the fact
  -	   that this fixes some bugs, mod_rewrite now is no longer developed and
  -	   maintained _externally_ by the original author Ralf S. Engelschall.
  -	   Instead he has officially joined the Apache Group and gifted the
  -	   sources to it (removed the shared copyright), so further development
  -	   takes place directly at the Apache Groups source repository. No more
  -	   version synchronizations are needed in the future.
  +  *) Totally overhauled mod_rewrite:
  +       First the last officially available release of mod_rewrite (3.0.9) was
  +       integrated into the Apache source repository. Additionally to the fact
  +       that this fixed some bugs, mod_rewrite now is no longer developed and
  +       maintained _externally_ by the original author Ralf S. Engelschall.
  +       Instead he has officially joined the Apache Group and gifted the
  +       complete sources to it (removed the shared copyright), so further
  +       development takes place directly at the Apache Groups source
  +       repository. No more version synchronizations are needed in the future.
  +       Additionally the rewriting engine was both enhanced and cleaned up by
  +       introducing a generic way to interpolate backreferences. The noticeable
  +       effect is that one now can use backreferences at nearly any string
  +       construction point (RewriteRule subst string, RewriteCond test string,
  +       ENV flag key/value, etc.) to access the parts of RewriteRule and
  +       RewriteCond patterns via $N and %N.
   
  
  
  

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