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From David Whitmarsh <>
Subject [PATCH] Re: Time to roll the 1.3.10 tarball
Date Wed, 24 Nov 1999 03:23:47 GMT
On Mon, 22 Nov 1999 11:02:39 -0500 (EST), you wrote:

>I doubt very much that this issue will be solved for Apache 1.3 either.
>Windows 95 is not a platform that was ever designed for use as a server of
>any kind.  There will always be somethings that won't work on 95/98.
>Unbuffered CGI's for instance won't work.  There have been some reports
>about why mod_proxy won't load on 95/98, but it isn't really worth it to
>fix this problem for 1.3.  There has been a lot of talk recently of
>re-writing mod_proxy for Apache 2.0.  Mos_proxy is a VERY complicated
>module, and it makes more sense to leave 1.3's alone and get 1.3.10 out
>the door, than to try to fix a major problem in the last release of a
>Of course, this is all MHO, and if somebody can submit a patch for either
>of these issues, then I would love to test and commit it.  :-)

This patch fixes the proxymodule load problem under 95, and also the
garbage collection problem.

I have a binary for anyone who needs it at


David Whitmarsh

Sparkle Computer Co Ltd

Sybase C C++ perl UNIX NT


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