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From Greg Stein <gst...@lyra.org>
Subject RE: Apache 1.3.13 STATUS
Date Fri, 02 Jun 2000 19:55:07 GMT
No problems here, and I see that you've alread applied most of these to
the STATUS file anyhow.

And in terms of "did we, or did we not, address these yet?" I dunno.
That's for you to determine :-)

Cheers,
-g

On Fri, 2 Jun 2000, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

> > From: Greg Stein [mailto:gstein@lyra.org]
> > Sent: Friday, June 02, 2000 1:20 AM
> > 
> > On Fri, 2 Jun 2000, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> > > Folks,
> > > 
> > >   is there any objection if I propose moving some STATUS 
> > > items to the tail of that file, and add a new header
> > > 
> > > DEFERRED TO VERSION 2.0
> > 
> > -0
> > 
> > I say delete them from the 1.3 STATUS and insert them into 
> > the 2.0 STATUS.
> > There is no reason to continue tracking them in the 1.3 file.
> 
> Then does anyone object to this update, specifically do you see
> anything we -didn't- address yet, in either 1.3.13-dev or 2.0?
> 
> 
> Index: STATUS
> ===================================================================
> RCS file: /home/cvs/apache-1.3/STATUS,v
> retrieving revision 1.820
> diff -u -r1.820 STATUS
> --- STATUS	2000/06/01 17:52:13	1.820
> +++ STATUS	2000/06/02 14:51:27
> @@ -44,11 +44,6 @@
>  
>  Available Patches:
>  
> -    * Eric Wedel <wedel@wenet.net>'s patch for CONNECT method and proxy
> -      on Win32.  Addresses PR 5107 and maybe 2014.
> -	PR: 5899
> -	Status: 
> -
>      * Dan Astoorian <djast@cs.toronto.edu>'s patch to fix mod_include RE
>        tokenisation
>  	PR: 5898
> @@ -95,16 +90,6 @@
>  
>  	Status: Martin +1(untested), Ken +1(untested)
>         
> -    * JJ Keijser's patch (99/10/06) to: 
> -	- Run Apache as a service on Win95 (PR2208)
> -	- Making sure that Apache is shut down when the system is shutdown. 
> -           (PR1643, PR2472)
> -	- Use apache -i/-u to install/uninstalling Apache on Win95
> -	- Add ConsoleCtrlHandler to catch Ctrl-C in the Apache console window
> -	- Make Apache shut down cleanly when run on Windows 95 (PR4125)
> -	PR#: PR2472, PR4125, PR1643 (suspended) and PR2208 (suspended).
> -	Status: Martin +1(untested)
> -
>      * Paul Reder's patch to fix Allow/Deny (.htaccess parsing) in
>        regex <Directory*> processing.
>  	Message-ID: <37A88E34.FD09C658@raleigh.ibm.com>
> @@ -146,10 +131,6 @@
>  	Message-ID: <37306CB4.8EA9D76C@Golux.Com>
>  	Status: Ken +1, Dean +1, Randy +1, Lars +0, Jim +1
>  
> -    * Keith Wannamaker's NT multiple services patch
> -	Message-ID: <85256730.0073D841.00@d54mta06.raleigh.ibm.com>
> -	Status: Bill +1 (on concept), Lars +1 (on concept)
> -
>      * Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino's [PATCH] IPv6 enable patch
>        ftp://ftp.kame.net/pub/kame/misc/apache-139-v6-19991013a.diff.gz
>  	Message-ID: <18586.916662926@coconut.itojun.org>,
> @@ -405,35 +386,12 @@
>  	Ken: What's W95-specific about it?
>  
>   Help:
> -    * There are several PRs reporting Apache looping and they each seem to
> -      implicate CGI script processing. The first PR happened about the time
> -      we migrated to using native Win32 function calls to create the child 
> -      process. I have tried to recreate the problem w/o success. It just now
> -      occurs to me that there may be a race condition between when the new
> -      process comes alive and the parent sending data to (or attempting to
> -      read data from) the child process. CreateProcess() returns immediately,
> -      before the new process is created. The parent may be attempting I/O
> -      with the child before it's ready. TODO: investigate ways to cause the
> -      parent to wait for the child process to become fully active before
> -      proceeding with CGI I/O processing.
> -
> -    * should trap ^C when running not-as-service and do proper shutdown
> -
> -    * proxy module doesn't load on Win95.  Why?  Good question.  PR#1462.
> -      David Whitmarsh <david.whitmarsh@dial.pipex.com> says it's because
> -      you can't dynamically load a DLL that uses declspec(thread).  He
> -      supplied a patch.
> -	MID: <36f6e9bb.16134842@smtp.dial.pipex.com>
> -    
>      * chdir() for CGI scripts and mod_include #exec needs to be 
>        re-implemented now that CreateProcess is being used.
>  
>      * process/thread model
>  	- need dynamic thread creation/destruction, similar to 
>  	  Unix process model
> -	- can't use WaitForMultipleObjects in the same way we
> -	  do now, since that has a limit of 64(!) objects.  Grr.
> -	  PR#1665
>  
>      * some errors printed by CGIs to stderr don't end up making it
>        to the server log unless an extra debugging message is added
> @@ -451,8 +409,6 @@
>      * the mutex should be critical-regions, since the current design
>        is creating a mess of SO calls that are unnecessary
>  
> -    * we don't mmap on NT.  Use TransmitFile?
> -
>      * CGIs
>  	- docs on how they work w/scripts
>  	- WTF is the buffering coming from?
> @@ -467,9 +423,6 @@
>  	- short/long name handling
>  	- better status page on current state of NT for users
>  
> -    * http_main.c hell
> -	- split into two files?
> -
>      * who should run the service?  Who exactly is the "system account"?
>  
>        docs say:
> @@ -508,11 +461,6 @@
>      * mod_include --> exec cgi, exec cmd, etc. don't work right.
>        Looks like a code path that isn't run anywhere else that has
>        something not quite right...  A PR or two on it.
> -
> -    * signal type handling
> -    	- how to rotate logs from command line?
> -	  (Point people to Andrew Ford's cronolog because it's "better"
> -	   than ours?)
>  
>      * Currently if you double click on the conf files or the
>        log files you get a useless dialog offering the set of all
> 
> 
> 
> 

-- 
Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/


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