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From "Mike Gardiner" <>
Subject Re: Apache 1.3.9 port to NetWare 5
Date Mon, 04 Oct 1999 22:07:17 GMT
Thanks for the suggestions.

I don't see any risks to the SSL hooks but we want to be politically

I haven't started on the 2.0 port yet but in the next week or so I will
dedicating all of my time to that effort. 

Again, Thanks for the feedback...


>>> Manoj Kasichainula <> 10/01/99 01:22PM >>>
On Thu, Sep 30, 1999 at 10:07:46PM -0600, Mike Gardiner wrote:
> Attached is a zip containing the diffs of the Apache 1.3.9 port to
> NetWare 5.

Please just concatenate the patches together into a single file. It's
easier to read then. It's also easier to deal with patches if they are
done against the current CVS tree, so that hunks don't break. Oh, and
unified diffs are nicer too if you can make them. Thanks.

> 1.  It follows the WIN32 port since NetWare only has threads and no

I can't give many useful comments on the Windowsy code. But instead of
creating a new automatic variable with the thread-specific storage for
every function, can you (ick) make it a "global" variable, and #define
your "tsd->blah"'s to "blah" so that the code is more uniform?
This should help eliminate a lot of the #ifdef NETWAREs.

> 3.  It has SSL support built into the main code since Winsock on
>      supports SSL.  This is accomplishes with only 3 winsock function
>      One to create the socket and then two ioctl calls.

Also, is there any risk at all to having hooks to Netware's SSL
implementation? I wouldn't think so, because common sense doesn't
apply here.

Are you working on a 2.0 port by any chance?

Manoj Kasichainula - manojk at io dot com -

"If it weren't for us you would be drooling in your laps instead of on
keyboards!" -- Darrell Fuhriman

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