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From wr...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3 STATUS
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2001 19:17:36 GMT
wrowe       01/10/02 12:17:36

  Modified:    .        STATUS
  Log:
    Pull some API action items that are already considered in 2.0, and note
    those issues which are addressed by 2.0.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.959     +10 -23    apache-1.3/STATUS
  
  Index: STATUS
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/apache-1.3/STATUS,v
  retrieving revision 1.958
  retrieving revision 1.959
  diff -u -r1.958 -r1.959
  --- STATUS	2001/10/02 17:26:29	1.958
  +++ STATUS	2001/10/02 19:17:35	1.959
  @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
   APACHE 1.3 STATUS:						-*-text-*-
  -  Last modified at [$Date: 2001/10/02 17:26:29 $]
  +  Last modified at [$Date: 2001/10/02 19:17:35 $]
   
   Release:
   
  @@ -109,6 +109,7 @@
   	directory/blankicon in a directory listing. This was not happening
   	because the alternate text for ^^DIRECTORY^^ and ^^BLANKICON^^ were
   	hardcoded to  "DIR" and "   " respectively.
  +	  Status: resolved in Apache 2.0
   
   	Problem 2:
   	-------------------------
  @@ -204,28 +205,6 @@
       * Marc's socket options like source routing (kill them?)
   	Marc, Martin say Yes
   
  -    * Proposed API Changes:
  -
  -	- r->content_language is for backwards compatibility... with modules
  -	  that may not link any longer without some minor editing.  The new
  -	  field is r->content_languages.  Heck it's not even mentioned in
  -	  apache-devsite/mmn.txt when we got content_languages (note the s!).
  -	  The proposal is to remove r->content_language:
  -	    Status: Paul +1, Ralf +1, Ken +1, Martin +1, Dirkx +1 (I could
  -		not find ANY module which uses it and which (still) compiles
  -		after the config change.)
  -
  -	- child_exit() is redundant, it can be implemented via cleanups.  It is
  -	  not "symmetric" in the sense that there is no exit API method to go
  -	  along with the init() API method.  There is no need for an exit
  -	  method, there are already modules using cleanups to perform this (see
  -	  mod_mmap_static, and mod_php3 for example).  The proposal is to
  -	  remove the child_exit() method and document cleanups as the method of
  -	  handling this need.
  -	    Status: Rasmus +1, Paul +1, Jim +1, 
  -	            Martin +1, Ralf +1, Ken +1, 
  -		    Dirkx +1 (with doc change)
  -
       * Should we re-enable nagle now that we're non-buffering CGIs?  See
         various messages from Marc in March 98.
     
  @@ -257,6 +236,9 @@
         exec cmd="" parsing needs to accept escaped quotes.
         PR #1120
         Brian: +1
  +        Status: Already resolved in Apache 2.0 - exec is defined as passing
  +                the cmd="" argument as argv[0], which means it is -only- the
  +                file name to execute (with spaces allowed in the name.)
         
   Win32 specific issues:
   
  @@ -267,10 +249,12 @@
   
       * chdir() for CGI scripts and mod_include #exec needs to be 
         re-implemented now that CreateProcess is being used.
  +        Status: already resolved in Apache 2.0 using APR.
   
       * process/thread model
   	- need dynamic thread creation/destruction, similar to 
   	  Unix process model
  +        Status: already reimplemented in Apache 2.0 using APR.
   
       * handle bugs that make it pop up errors on console, ie. segv 
         equiv?  Can we do this?  Need to make it robust.
  @@ -281,8 +265,11 @@
   
       * the mutex should be critical-regions, since the current design
         is creating a mess of SO calls that are unnecessary
  +        Status: Apache 2.0's apr/mpm locking model is already overhauled.
   
       * rfc1413.c has static storage which won't work multithreaded
  +        Status: this is a pretty significant rewrite.  Apache 2.0 is
  +                already using apr's network_io and threadsafe storage.
   
       * apparently either "BrowserMatch" or the "nokeepalive" variable
         cause instability - see PR#1729.
  
  
  

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