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From Ryan Bloom <...@raleigh.ibm.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] 10x patches for 1.3.9
Date Fri, 17 Dec 1999 12:55:41 GMT

Just as a quick note about when 2.0 will be ready for alpha/beta.  For the
most part I agree with Manoj, we are very close.  I still have one project
that I need to finish before we announce any kind of release.  I need to
port time variables to use APR.  I want to do this before we announce an
alpha or beta, because it is a big change.  I will be working on this next
week, so it shouldn't hold us up too long now.  I also think there are
some basic features for Windows that need to be put back in.  The most
basic of these is error logs, which currently aren't working well.  I see
an alpha in early January with a beta following soon after, and an actual
release sometime in March or April at the earliest.

About the performance patches, I am -1 on putting them in for 1.3.10, -0
for any other 1.3 release, and I would love to see them for 2.0.  I think
the patches for 2.0 will be a lot easier to get into the tree, because a
good portion of them should be localized in APR and not touch Apache at
all.  I am mainly thinking about the 64-bit IRIX stuff.

Ryan


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