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Subject cvs commit: httpd-2.0 STATUS
Date Fri, 07 Sep 2001 02:34:56 GMT
jwoolley    01/09/06 19:34:56

  Modified:    .        STATUS
  Update the mod_ssl porting status
  Submitted by:	Madhu Mathihalli
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.284     +9 -23     httpd-2.0/STATUS
  Index: STATUS
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-2.0/STATUS,v
  retrieving revision 1.283
  retrieving revision 1.284
  diff -u -d -u -r1.283 -r1.284
  --- STATUS	2001/09/06 15:04:01	1.283
  +++ STATUS	2001/09/07 02:34:56	1.284
  @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
   APACHE 2.0 STATUS:						-*-text-*-
  -Last modified at [$Date: 2001/09/06 15:04:01 $]
  +Last modified at [$Date: 2001/09/07 02:34:56 $]
  @@ -111,29 +111,15 @@
           Resolution: bring forward same ugly hacks from 1.3.13-.20
       * Port of mod_ssl to Apache 2.0:
  -      The current porting state is summarized in modules/ssl/README.  The next
  -      step is to figure out how the old three configuration contexts (global,
  -      per-server, per-directory) can be ported to Apache 2.0 (especially the
  -      global context which has to survive server restarts RSE still does not
  -      know how to port). Then the remaining source files (which depend on the
  -      configuration contexts) which are still tagged with "-" in
  -      modules/ssl/README can be ported. 
  -      One more thing to figure out is how and when mod_ssl can provide the
  -      interactive pass phrase dialog (in Apache 1.3 it used the first init
  -      round [where tty was still not detached] and skipped the second init
  -      round [where it was already detached]). Apache 2.0 requires (or already
  -      has?) an official hook where such tty-dialogs can be performed.
  -      RSE is on holiday until June 11th, 2001. After this he starts
  -      working on mod_ssl again and tries to make mod_ssl running inside
  -      Apache 2.0 by end of June. If anyone wants to help making mod_ssl
  -      running in the meantime, feel free to make your hands dirty inside
  -      modules/ssl/. Do whatever you think is appropriate to get it
  -      running. I've no objections of any kind, except: just do not
  -      remove any old functionality. Keep everything, even if it needs
  -      #if 0...endif wrapped to not make trouble for you.
  +      The current porting state is summarized in modules/ssl/README. The
  +      remaining work includes:
  +      (1) stablizing/optimizing the SSL filter logic
  +      (2) Enabling the various SSL caching mechanisms (shmcb, shmht)
  +      (3) Enabling SSL extentions
  +      (4) Trying to seperate the https filter logic from mod_ssl -
  +          This is to facilitate other modules that wish to use the https
  +          filter or the mod_ssl logic or both as required.
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