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From (Ralf S. Engelschall)
Subject Re: Agenda for 1.2b7
Date Tue, 28 Jan 1997 12:01:41 GMT

In article <> you wrote:

> Should be done before 1.2b7:
>   * mod_rewrite is incorrectly rewriting things in 1.2b6 from 
>     /cgi-bin/whatever?parms      to...     /http?parms
>         Status: Jake Buchholz reported, may have to do with snprintf call.

Have I missed a CVS commit posting or why was mod_rewrite again changed?  You
know that I incorporate all changes into the official mod_rewrite distribution
to be able to bring mod_rewrite 2.4 into Apache the next time.  Hmmm..

This time it is not nice because the changes broke mod_rewrite in the 1.2b6
release and I received three bugreports today. And now I discovered that the
used mod_rewrite is not my version. Instead the users used the broken one.
Hmmmm... I would really prefer if the Apache Group will ask me to patch
mod_rewrite.c myself so I could avoid to monitor the CVS commit messages and
being not longer one step behind.

What is the status of the current snprintf/strncpy patches for mod_rewrite? 

                                        Ralf S. Engelschall

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