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From Rob Hartill <r...@imdb.com>
Subject bug and note (fwd)
Date Wed, 04 Sep 1996 19:24:10 GMT

not acked.

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Date:  Tue, 3 Sep 1996 11:54:00 -0400 
Content-Identifier:  bug and note 
From: "jonathan (j.) petruk" <petruk@nortel.ca>
Sender: "jonathan (j.) petruk" <petruk@nortel.ca>
Message-ID:  <"17952 Tue Sep  3 11:55:23 1996"@bnr.ca> 
To: apache-bugs@apache.org
Subject:  bug and note 


Hi there,

I just have a couple things that I've noticed while using Apache that
you might not be aware of.

(1) Userdir

The userdir command :
  UserDir http://48.201.239.239/~*/

When asking for:
	http://48.201.156.156/~hello
works perfectly, and translates to:
	http://48.201.239.239/~hello/

BUT when you ask for:
	http://48.201.156.156/~hello/
You get an extra slash:
	http://48.201.239.239/~hello//

Unfortunately, the UserDir command :
	UserDir http://48.201.239.239/~*
Crashes and dies for some requests.

(2) POST

When you read from STDIN in NCSA, there is a trailing newline that
doesn't exist in Apache.  This should probably be listed in 
compatibility notes, it gave me tremendous amounts of stress!  

Other than that, I've been very impressed at the structure and
working of the Apache software.  I will continue using it without a 
second thought!

Thanks for your help,
Jonathan Petruk
petruk@nortel.ca



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