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From "Ryan Bloom" <...@covalent.net>
Subject RE: fix t/ssl/http.t
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2002 16:12:31 GMT
> the test started failing at some point due to filter changes.  i think
i
> heard it is not longer possible for a filter to remove itself?  in any

It is perfectly possible for a filter to remove itself.  In fact, the
byterange filter relies on that ability to work correctly.  While I
would be interested to know what happened to make that case fail, if the
patch below works, then +1.

Ryan

> case, mod_ssl already checks in the output filter already passes if
its
> ssl pointer is NULL (normally due to error).  the input filter should
> probably do the same too.  and with that it is simple to disable the
ssl
> filters in the case of 'HTTP spoken on HTTPS port'
> if there's a better way, that'd be great, but the patch below passes
all
> httpd-tests for me.



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