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From pmo...@axa.com.au
Subject Re: Stopping to ask...
Date Tue, 30 Jan 2001 01:17:25 GMT
excellent news!
i'll update tomorrow and have a look.
i've been thinking about writing a separate "beos only" module (based on
mod_status) for my own purposes but i might have a chat to david reid about
the beos requirements for mod_status and mod_info as well.
regards
peter




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Right now, I am making mod_status look like it did in 1.3.  As soon as I
have this working for a basic web server, I believe I can allow arbitrary
modules to add arbitrary data to the scoreboard.  However, that will have
to wait until next week.

As a quick update.  I have mpmt_pthread already working with mod_status,
and I expect that prefork, dexter, and perchild will be easy to add.  I am
leaving windows, beos, and OS/2 alone for the time being.  Once I commit,
those platforms won't build, but the fix is relatively easy.  It is
actually more about removing code than adding it.

Expect a patch for the Unix MPM's late tonight or tomorrow sometime.  I am
leaving town tomorrow morning for LinuxWorld, so if I don't get it done in
time, it may take an extra couple of days to get it done.

Ryan

On Tue, 30 Jan 2001 pmoore@axa.com.au wrote:

> Are you adding any new features to mod_status and co, or are you just
> cleaning it up ?
> peter

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