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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Rename Anonymous directives?
Date Mon, 14 Oct 2002 15:58:07 GMT
Granted, the underscores always bugged me.  But seeking to change
the config further introduces even more support headaches if we
incorporate these changes into Apache 2.0.

-    AP_INIT_FLAG("Anonymous_MustGiveEmail", ap_set_flag_slot,
+    AP_INIT_FLAG("AuthAnonEmail", ap_set_flag_slot,

You missed the 'required' sentiment in that directive.

Does AuthAnonRequireEmail

make a whole lot more sense?

For that matter, it seems like we could skip two directives, folding
them into

AuthAnonRequireEmail [on|off|verify]

and drop the other directive altogether.  This makes it harder to mess
up the combinations.

Bill


At 10:29 AM 10/14/2002, André Malo wrote:
>Since we break the config anyway, does it make sense to take the chance
>and rename the ugly directives of old mod_auth_anon to more "normalized"
>ones?
>
>The attached patch shows, what I mean exactly.
>
>nd
>-- 
>my @japh = (sub{q~Just~},sub{q~Another~},sub{q~Perl~},sub{q~Hacker~});
>my $japh = q[sub japh { }]; print join       #########################
> [ $japh =~ /{(.)}/] -> [0] => map $_ -> ()  #            André Malo #
>=> @japh;                                    # http://www.perlig.de/ #


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