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From (Garey Smiley)
Subject Re: OS/2 port reviewed?
Date Mon, 22 Jan 1996 13:54:30 GMT
On Mon, 22 Jan 1996 16:42:44 +0000 (GMT) you wrote:

>> My patch is to test integrating the OS/2 specific modifications into the base
>> Apache source code. I belive my modifications should live well on any
>> supported Apache  platform. I currently have about 20 known sites running
>> Apache for OS/2. Ask your friends to goto and
>> drop me a line I'm always looking for more testers/users.
>Will do.  I tried patching 1.0.1 (from httpd/dist) with your patch.
>I chose to remove the ^M and ^Z characters that got into the patch
>from OS/2 land.  Also your patch refers to configure and configuration,
>the UNIX files are Configur*, ie mixed case.  Did you introduce a
>new pair of files into the distribution (I don't think so) or are
>these meant to be the same files?  I chose to create links so that
>patch wouldnt complain.
>	% ln -s configure Configure
>	% ln -s configuation Configuration
>but this ended up creating a new file (mebbies that's how patch
>works anyway and I'm just being clueless).  What's the story?

They where modified "Configure" and "Configuration," not new files. I'll fix
the case problem for any future patches, but I'm not sure how to eliminate the
^M and ^Z characters.

Garey Smiley
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