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From r..@hyperreal.org
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3 STATUS
Date Thu, 17 Sep 1998 15:28:07 GMT
rse         98/09/17 08:28:06

  Modified:    .        STATUS
  Log:
  Update to current state.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.465     +5 -25     apache-1.3/STATUS
  
  Index: STATUS
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-1.3/STATUS,v
  retrieving revision 1.464
  retrieving revision 1.465
  diff -u -r1.464 -r1.465
  --- STATUS	1998/09/11 16:35:07	1.464
  +++ STATUS	1998/09/17 15:28:05	1.465
  @@ -2,8 +2,10 @@
   
   Release:
   
  -    1.3.2: In development. Release proposed for Friday, September 18th, 1998
  -           Ralf is volunteering as the release manager.
  +    1.3.2: In preparation for a release.
  +           - Tarball rolling proposed for Friday, September 18th, 1998
  +           - Release and announcement proposed for Monday, September 21th, 1998
  +           - Ralf is the release manager.
   
       1.3.1: Tagged and rolled on July 19. Announced and released.
   
  @@ -24,30 +26,8 @@
   
   Unix 1.3.2 RELEASE SHOWSTOPPERS:
   
  -    * header detection is broken; eg. sys/resource.h often requires 
  -      other includes first, etc.  This breaks things like RLimit*
  -      on many platforms.  
  -
  -      -- Ralf already hacked on this, but it's even more complicated
  -         than we initially though. Because src/Configure has to check how CPP
  -         can be called. On gcc systems that's gcc -E, on others there is a cpp
  -         in PATH. But on the remaining systems there is neither the canonical
  -         -E nor cpp. I need more time for figuring out what's the best
  -         approach.  But currently I'm totally busy with mod_ssl and a
  -         presentation I've to do on next Monday. I expect to finish this
  -         before the 18th of September (1.3.2 release date).
  -
  -      -- Also, the return type of main is wrong in the test code and a
  -      "test test" needs to be done to ensure we can be successful with
  -      any (eg. stdio.h) header and print an error if not.  Otherwise, you
  -      have _very_ difficult to resolve problems if you do something
  -      like: link in a library on Solaris that also requires -lsocket
  -      but don't explicitly put that on your EXTRA_LIBS line; then
  -      the final result will link fine because Apache adds them for itself,
  -      but all the testcompiles will fail because they aren't there at
  -      that stage.
  +    * none
   
  -      
   Documentation that needs writing:
   
       * Need a document explaining mod_rewrite/"UseCanonicalName off" based
  
  
  

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