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From Ryan Bloom <...@covalent.net>
Subject Re: [PATCH] mod_ssl input filtering...
Date Mon, 08 Oct 2001 01:03:39 GMT
On Sunday 07 October 2001 05:54 pm, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> From: "Greg Stein" <gstein@lyra.org>
> Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2001 7:35 PM
>
> > Even more? OtherBill's latest "compromise" looks exactly like what we
> > were *already* doing.
>
> It is?  Cool.  Can you point me at a message ID that I can commit for
> filter authors to follow, or should I commit what I just wrote for the
> first time?
>
> This is 90% linguistics, 10% logic.  We have never seemed to
> communicate well when it comes to the filtering debates.
>
> I was arguing content.  You were arguing connection.  Neither of
> us made ourselves clear enough, did we?
>
> I was frustrated that the vast majority of content filters had to
> now handle a TON of state information and 'carry' their callers, which
> I thought was wrong.  Based on this news that only connection filters
> handle the readbytes argument (and all the rest pass it on) I can live
> with this.

Huh?  What does that mean that only connection filters handle the readbytes
argument?  That is completely bogus.  If we are designing a system where we
pass an argument to every filter, but not every filter needs to respect it, then
we are doing this wrong.  If that is the goal, then put the readbytes information
into the conn_rec where it belongs, so that it is only visible to connection
filters.  Every single input filter must respect the readbytes argument that it is
passed.

Ryan
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