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From Dean Gaudet <dgau...@arctic.org>
Subject Re: [STATUS] Mon Oct 20 21:41:35 EDT 1997
Date Tue, 21 Oct 1997 04:44:07 GMT


On Mon, 20 Oct 1997, Jim Jagielski wrote:

> Lots of stuff going on... I think that occasional postings
> of this makes sense, even without a tarball/release in the
> wings.

definately :) 

>     * Martin's [PATCH] Global variables should be set in MainServer,
>        not <VirtualHost>
> 	<19971020173550.29895@deejai.mch.sni.de>
> 	Status: Martin +1,

+1

>     * Martin's [PATCH] Reject multiple arguments to <...> block directives
> 	<19971019233100.10563@deejai.mch.sni.de>
> 	Status: Martin +1, Brian +1

+1

>     * Martin's [PATCH] Detect missing </Directive> at end-of-file
> 	<19971019231042.00842@deejai.mch.sni.de>
> 	Status: Martin +1, Brian +1

+1

>     * Martin's [PATCH] Suggestion for HTTP_PROTO(maj,min) macro
> 	<<19971016231351.46281@deejai.mch.sni.de>
> 	choice: HTTP_VERSION
> 	Status: Ken +1, Alexei +1, Jim +1

+1

>     * Martin's [PATCH] [FEATURE] Clickable Path Components in ftp dir header
> 	<19971011014829.41276@deejai.mch.sni.de>
> 	<19971011022937.31959@deejai.mch.sni.de>
> 	Status:

+1

>     * Lars Eilebrecht suggests removing HAVE_SYSLOG for Ultrix 4.4
> 	1.3b3-dev won't compile with it 'cause syslog on Ultrix is weird.

+1

>     * According to Brian Havard <brianh@kheldar.apana.org.au>,
> 	it's not possible to compile for OS/2 with the current
> 	source tree

He posted a patch at some point.  I believe the big problem is that we
can't use the same tarball for unix and OS/2... although he and I came to
the conclusion that we'd be able to ship an OS/2 specific patch along with
the unix tarball.  But this is still a bit of a headache ... Brian maybe
you can post another update if it's not too much trouble.

>     * Martin's SEGV, and Alexei's GP Fault under windows (probably the same)

I was getting SEGVs on arctic.org (only 10k hits/day) until I put in the
off-by-one fix that made it into 1.3b1.  I haven't seen a thing since
then.  So I still really have no idea what's up.  Unfortunately I never
got any cores before that because of the linux core security feature... 
and I wrote the listenwrap stuff at the same time I put in the off-by-one
fix... 

Dean


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