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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] logging BAD_REQUESTS in the proxy module
Date Sun, 10 Aug 1997 03:42:25 GMT
I think I can go for that.  +1.

I would prefer to replace the BAD_REQUESTs with HTTP_BAD_REQUEST...

On Sat, 9 Aug 1997, Ed Korthof wrote:

> This patch adds a bit of logging any time the proxy module returns
> BAD_REQUEST (== HTTP_BAD_REQUEST).  I've used log_reason, assuming it's
> not depriciated (the few patches re: the new logging levels appear to
> suggest) -- if that's not the case, what should I use?  I've gone through
> the code and attempted to give good explanations, but if anyone wants to
> offer better ones, feel free (I wasn't too sure in a couple of the
> places). 
> Anyway, this is a context diff (my diff utility doesn't seem to offer an
> option for unified diffs) -- what package (for Solaris) could I get which
> would allow unified diffs?

GNU patch.

> Btw, thanks, Marc, for the information about how to get to /from-cvs/.
> :)

When I get anoncvs setup you could use that too.  Much nicer.  <g>

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