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From Dirk-Willem van Gulik <di...@webweaving.org>
Subject Re: cvs commit: apache-1.3 STATUS
Date Wed, 07 Jul 1999 14:02:27 GMT

	Did anyone else test the IPv6 patch ? Preferably
	on non solaris / non freebsd ?

Dw.

On 7 Jul 1999 coar@hyperreal.org wrote:

> coar        99/07/07 04:05:16
> 
>   Modified:    .        STATUS
>   Log:
>   	Veto EAPI for 1.3.7 (too much confusion and controversy, esp.
>   	with the KEAPI alternative); defer it until the next release.
>   	Also note some platforms I can build.
>   
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>   1.724     +8 -30     apache-1.3/STATUS
>   
>   Index: STATUS
>   ===================================================================
>   RCS file: /home/cvs/apache-1.3/STATUS,v
>   retrieving revision 1.723
>   retrieving revision 1.724
>   diff -u -r1.723 -r1.724
>   --- STATUS	1999/06/25 08:12:18	1.723
>   +++ STATUS	1999/07/07 11:05:15	1.724
>   @@ -1,9 +1,11 @@
>      1.3 STATUS:
>   -  Last modified at [$Date: 1999/06/25 08:12:18 $]
>   +  Last modified at [$Date: 1999/07/07 11:05:15 $]
>    
>    Release:
>    
>        1.3.7-dev: current.  Ken volunteers to be release manager.
>   +        Proposed dates: roll on Mon, 26 July 1999, test, and release
>   +        on Fri, 30 July 1999.
>    
>        1.3.6. Tagged and rolled on Mar. 22. Released and announced on 24th.
>        1.3.5: Not released.
>   @@ -20,7 +22,7 @@
>     Platform                      Avail.  Volunteer
>     ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     alpha-dec-osf3.0              no      Sameer Parekh
>   - alpha-dec-osf4.0              yes     Lars Eilebrecht
>   + alpha-dec-osf4.0              yes     Lars Eilebrecht, Ken Coar
>     armv4l-whatever-linux2        yes     Rasmus Lerdorf
>     hppa1.1-hp-hpux               no      Rob Hartill
>     i386-slackware-linux(a.out)   no      Sameer Parekh
>   @@ -34,9 +36,10 @@
>     i686-pc-freebsd3.1            no      Ralf S. Engelschall
>     i586-unknown-linux2           yes     Ralf S. Engelschall, Lars Eilebrecht
>     i686-unknown-linux2           yes     Lars Eilebrecht
>   + i686-whatever-linux2          yes     Ken Coar
>     i386-unknown-linux(ELF)       no      Aram Mirzadeh, Michael Douglass
>     i386-unknown-netBSD-1.2.1     N/A     Lars Eilebrecht
>   - i386-unknown-netBSD-1.3.2     yes      Lars Eilebrecht
>   + i386-unknown-netBSD-1.3.2     yes     Lars Eilebrecht
>     i386-unknown-sco3             no      Ben Laurie
>     i386-unknown-sco5             no      Ben Laurie
>     i386-sni-svr4                 yes     Martin Kraemer
>   @@ -105,33 +108,8 @@
>    	Status: Jim +1, Mark +1, Dean +1, BenH +1,
>    		Randy +1 (please choose name other than "hook")
>                    Doug +1 on concept (untested), Lars +1 on concept,
>   -		Martin +1 (untested),
>   -
>   -		Ken: -1 for pre-2.0 if it will: a) force a new release of
>   -		mod_perl or mod_php in order to maintain compatibility OR
>   -		b) require a version bump to 1.4.0 and a beta cycle
>   -                Ralf: It doesn't force a new release of any module (just a
>   -                recompilation), because it's a pure _ADDITION_ to the API and
>   -                doesn't make anything incompatible. The point b) I still do
>   -                not sunderstand, sorry. 
>   -
>   -                * Hmmmm.... now we've to solve another problem for the EAPI
>   -                * idea: the existance of KEAPI. That's not my problem any
>   -                * longer.  Others have to make decisions now. Additionally the
>   -                * group as a whole is far away from a point where it's clear
>   -                * what should be done in the future and also far away from
>   -                * the point where it's fun. 
>   -                *
>   -                * So I finally withdraw my proposed addition of EAPI for
>   -                * 1.3.7/1.4.0 and for 2.0 I've still no strong opinion how it
>   -                * should be done.  I'll try to stay out of all this and keep
>   -                * being happy to have EAPI myself and don't have to worry
>   -                * about all those useless politics and endless ping-pong
>   -                * decisions.
>   -                *
>   -                * IMHO the ASF should really quickly propose the
>   -                * revitalization of RST's old ENOTOWN symbolic errno value 
>   -                * for use by its developers...       -- RSE
>   +		Martin +1 (untested), Ken -1 for 1.3.7 (too controversial,
>   +		esp. w/KEAPI offered as well)
>    
>        * Brian Havard's patch to remove dependency of mod_auth_dbm on mod_auth.
>          (PR#2598)
>   
>   
>   
> 


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