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From Rob Hartill <hart...@ooo.lanl.gov>
Subject Re: hmmm...
Date Wed, 19 Apr 1995 16:35:08 GMT
 
> Erk.  Weeel, it looks like this is really not 1.3R compliant behaviour, so
> does it pass the backward-compatibility test?  If no,  then we should
> unpatch and make 0.6.2, or document it and put a support/apache2common
> script somewhere.
> 
> The script is the simpler option (for us), but probably not the best
> option.  Whatever form CLFII takes, and whether or not Apache adopts it
> in favour of CLF or ApacheLF (with optional frosting), it looks like
> we've jumped the gun.
> 
> So who's got scripts that'd die tomorrow if this behaviour was dropped?

Doesn't CLF define only the format of output, not the meaning.
If so, Apache and NCSA 1.4 aren't doing anything wrong. It's up to
the server to decide how things get logged. No ?

robh

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