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From "Ralf S. Engelschall" <...@en.muc.de>
Subject (fwd) Apache: bug in mod_proxy
Date Thu, 25 Jul 1996 06:34:35 GMT
Have you already seen this message?
If not, I think anyone should commit this bugfix.

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From: admin@vancouver-webpages.com (Vancouver Webpages Admin.)
Newsgroups: comp.infosystems.www.servers.unix
Subject: Apache: bug in mod_proxy
Date: 24 Jul 1996 19:30:54 GMT
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In Apache 1.1.1, src/mod_proxy.c, I am fairly certain
that line 1786 should read "Expires", not "Expire", as per RFC1945.
(the expires header from the remote server was being ignored).

begin patch -->
--- mod_proxy.0.c       Wed Jul  3 08:02:58 1996
+++ mod_proxy.c Wed Jul 24 12:12:03 1996
@@ -1783,7 +1783,7 @@
 /* read expiry date; if a bad date, then leave it so the client can
  * read it
  */
-    expire = get_header(resp_hdrs, "Expire");
+    expire = get_header(resp_hdrs, "Expires");
     if (expire != NULL) expc = parsedate(expire->value, NULL);
     else expc = -1;
<-- end patch

 Andrew Daviel

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