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From c...@hyperreal.org
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3 STATUS
Date Mon, 20 Jul 1998 23:38:36 GMT
coar        98/07/20 16:38:35

  Modified:    .        STATUS
  Log:
  	Some 80-col cleanups and votes.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.445     +27 -20    apache-1.3/STATUS
  
  Index: STATUS
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-1.3/STATUS,v
  retrieving revision 1.444
  retrieving revision 1.445
  diff -u -r1.444 -r1.445
  --- STATUS	1998/07/20 17:16:40	1.444
  +++ STATUS	1998/07/20 23:38:34	1.445
  @@ -21,68 +21,74 @@
   Documentation that needs writing:
   
       * Need a document explaining mod_rewrite/"UseCanonicalName off" based
  -	virtualhosting.  (If it exists already I can't find it easily.)
  +      virtualhosting.  (If it exists already I can't find it easily.)
   
   Available Patches:
   
  -    * [PATCH] PR2356 - SSI exec 
  -      Message-ID: <5040300017947935000002L052*@MHS> 
  +    * Bill Stoddard's [PATCH] PR2356 - SSI exec 
         This is an update of a patch I sent in earlier.  There are 13 new
         lines of code to detect and handle shellcmd.  COMMAND.COM is used
         to exec the script on Win95, CMD.EXE on NT.
  +	Message-ID: <5040300017947935000002L052*@MHS> 
  +	Status: Ken +1 (on concept)
   
       * "[PATCH] Link DSO modules against possible libraries from $(LIBS)"
  -      Message-ID: <19980711133804.A2439@engelschall.com>
         In the configuration process we already determine the variable LDFLAGS
         and LIBS. They hold -L and -l options for linking executables.  We parse
         these options and separate them into three classes: OBJ, PIC and DSO.
         And then we re-assemble a LIBS_SHLIB variable from only the options in
         classes PIC and DSO. This variable is then used on the build command for
         mod_xxx.so.
  -      Status: Ralf +1
  +	Message-ID: <19980711133804.A2439@engelschall.com>
  +	Status: Ralf +1
     
       * Filenames containing whitespace characters caused problems for directives
         Bill Stoddard <wgstodda@us.ibm.com>
   	Message-ID: <3591353E.A5D07487@us.ibm.com>
   
  -    * PR#2483 reports that RewriteMap program still don't work under Win32 because
  -      of a SIGSEGV. The reporter is right, ap_spawn_child_core() calls the child
  -      function with NULL while in the child function the file handles have to be
  -      available. I've assembled the above patch from the reporters description/patch
  -      for testing by our Win32 folks. (I cannot test it myself).
  +    * PR#2483 reports that RewriteMap program still don't work under Win32
  +      because of a SIGSEGV. The reporter is right, ap_spawn_child_core()
  +      calls the child function with NULL while in the child function the
  +      file handles have to be available. I've assembled the above patch
  +      from the reporters description/patch for testing by our Win32 folks.
  +      (I cannot test it myself).
         "Ralf S. Engelschall" <rse@engelschall.com>
   	Message-ID: <19980629143312.A4552@engelschall.com>
   	Status: Ralf +1
   
  -    * This patch makes some structural changes to ap_call_exec to make it more
  -      readable and friendly to a couple of patches that will follow (capability to
  -      query the Win32 registry for interpreter name and a fix for mod_include
  -      exec=cmd processing). This patch does not change the function of ap_call_exec.
  -      W G Stoddard <wgstodda@us.ibm.com>
  +    * Bill Stoddard's patch to make some structural changes to ap_call_exec to
  +      make it more readable and friendly to a couple of patches that will
  +      follow (capability to query the Win32 registry for interpreter name
  +      and a fix for mod_include exec=cmd processing). This patch does not
  +      change the function of ap_call_exec.
   	Message-ID: <5040300017289790000002L002*@MHS>
  +	Status: Ken +1 (on concept)
   
       * Configure tweaks to support building outside the source tree, and 
         add more customizeability for installation layout, by 
         Wilfredo Sanchez <wsanchez@apple.com>
   	Message-Id: <199806260405.VAA09682@scv4.apple.com>
  -	Status: Ralf -1 (because it is too huge, has to be cleaned up and splitted)
  +	Status: Ralf -1 (because it is too huge, has to be cleaned up and
  +		split)
   
       * Rhapsody port, by Wilfredo Sanchez <wsanchez@apple.com>
   	Message-Id: <199806262218.PAA12490@scv2.apple.com>   
  +	Status: Ken +1 (on concept)
   
       * Ralf's "[PATCH] Fix module init"
         This fixes the mod_so/mod_perl problems described under "FINAL RELEASE
         SHOWSTOPPERS" by doing a more correct init of the modules after loading
         through two new core API functions.
  -      <19980611171746.A23845@engelschall.com>
  -      Status: Ralf +1
  +	Message-ID: <19980611171746.A23845@engelschall.com>
  +	Status: Ralf +1
   
       * Paul's patch to add integrated restart/shutdown signalling (Win32)
         This patch make Apache listen on predictable event names to allow
         restarts and shutdowns to be initiated. Also adds a new command line
         option to send the shutdown or restart signal to the running parent 
         process.
  -      See: <Pine.LNX.3.96.980510152254.21880O-100000@ecstasy.localnet>
  +	Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.3.96.980510152254.21880O-100000@ecstasy.localnet>
  +	Statue: Ken +1 (on concept)
   
       * Martin's patch to use the Basic Authentication scheme for (proxy-)
         ftp logins as well. When no password is given, but the ftp server
  @@ -427,7 +433,8 @@
           2) Expect
           3) byte range error handling
           4) update the Accept-Encoding parser to allow q-values
  -        5) would be nice if the proxy used Via and Max-Forwards, even as HTTP/1.0
  +        5) would be nice if the proxy used Via and Max-Forwards, even as
  +	   HTTP/1.0
   
       * #ifdef __EMX__ --> #ifdef OS2.
   
  
  
  

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