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From Randy Terbush <ra...@zyzzyva.com>
Subject Re: 1.2b2 cosmetique fix: remove compiler warning (fwd)
Date Wed, 11 Dec 1996 21:59:38 GMT
> Rob Hartill wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > No offense intended, but why are we bundling fastcgi when it isn't
> > keeping pace with 1.2-dev ? It might also be giving the impression that
> > it's the Group's prefered route to speedier CGI. It's not mine. Not that
> > I have anythng against mod_fastcgi, I just find mod_perl to be ideal for
> > my needs.
> > 
> > I won't go as far as suggesting it be removed but I would recommend that
> > anything this big that's managed outside of the Group should come with a
> > committment from the author(s) to keep it current.
> > 
> > mod_fastcgi seems to be the only mod_* file that deosn't have the Apache
> > license. Do we need to make that a requirement from now on for bundled
> > modules ?
> > 
> 
> I never did understand why it was "officially" added. Of course, we
> are also under a similar thing with the regex stuff, aren't we?
> Of course, it's more "standalone" than any module...

I agree, and questioned its addition at the time it was included.

Again, not from the standpoint of considering its usefulness.
We just need to draw the support line somewhere. The very idea of
the module interface should free us from maintaining many of these
useful additions.







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