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From Ryan Bloom <...@covalent.net>
Subject Re: notes table? Re: [SUBMIT] mod_gzip 2.0.26a ( Non-debug version )
Date Sat, 15 Sep 2001 23:11:53 GMT
On Saturday 15 September 2001 02:59 pm, TOKILEY@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 01-09-15 17:23:07 EDT, you write:
> > >[Light comes on] Ahhh... guess I should have looked more closely at
> > >
> >  >mod_log_config and I would have realized that you can configure it to
> >  >write certain notes to the log file.  Duh.  My fault.
> >
> >  Wasn't the concensus a while back that request_rec->notes should be
> >  removed, because the more efficient 'userdata' functions on r->pool
> >  had made the notes table obsolete?
> >
> >  --Brian
>
> It was 'discussed' but never played out.
>
> I wouldn't say there was anything near a 'consensus' on
> anything. Only a few people even responsed.
>
> FWIW: I think the 'notes' stuff should stay, for now anyway.
> Any discussion of removing it ( at this time ) is going to
> ignite the 'why don't we just get this Server finished first
> so people can at least start using it' debate.

Actually, a consensus was reached.  I believe that we even tried to do that
work, but it isn't as easy as it should be, because it is easy to merge a table,
but hard to merge a hash.

Ryan
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