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From Jeff Trawick <traw...@attglobal.net>
Subject Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/include ap_release.h
Date Sat, 23 Nov 2002 14:11:49 GMT
"William A. Rowe, Jr." <wrowe@apache.org> writes:

> At 06:50 AM 11/22/2002, Jeff Trawick wrote:
> >wrowe@apache.org writes:
> >
> >> wrowe       2002/11/21 18:08:42
> >> 
> >>   Modified:    include  ap_release.h
> >>   Log:
> >>     Branch tag APACHE_2_0_BRANCH now contains Apache 2.0 development.
> >>   
> >>     Persist cvs HEAD as Apache 2.1.
> >>   
> >>     After discussion at AC, a number of individuals including Sander, Will,
> >>     Justin and Rich will begin reverting the appropriate changes from the
> >>     APACHE_2_0_BRANCH, while continuing their documentation and development
> >>     of the Authorization reorganization on this branch.
> >
> >Does "reverting the appropriate changes" mean "decide which stuff
> >now tagged APACHE_2_0_BRANCH should be deferred until 2.1" or does it
> >mean "as fixes are committed to HEAD, decide which of them should be
> >available in Apache 2.0" or does it mean something else?
> 
> No.  After Sander's comments, APACHE_2_0_BRANCH is now from CVS
> head.  We can selectively revert those changes that break compatibility,
> introduce potential buggyness, or simply aren't complete.

That sounds a lot like "decide which stuff now tagged
APACHE_2_0_BRANCH should be deferred until 2.1" :)  (or at least
"deferred until after 2.0.44").

looking over diffs from APACHE_2_0_43 to APACHE_2_0_BRANCH:

. auth changes: IIRC, smart people decided the auth changes aren't
  going to hurt anybody, so that's okay with me
. everything else: keep it in APACHE_2_0_BRANCH

looking over diffs from APACHE_2_0_BRANCH to HEAD:

. netware build changes: no opinion, but I don't see how it is going
  to hurt anything

. LDAP changes to treat one API like another: no opinion, but I don't
  see how it is going to hurt anything

  this is:

   *) Replace APU_HAS_LDAPSSL_CLIENT_INIT with APU_HAS_LDAP_NETSCAPE_SSL
      as set by apr-util in util_ldap.c. This should allow mod_ldap
      to work with the Netscape/Mozilla LDAP library. [Øyvin Sømme
      <somme@oslo.westerngeco.slb.com>, Graham Leggett]
 

. everything else: needs to be in APACHE_2_0_BRANCH IMHO

  this includes

   *) Fix the building of cgi command lines when the query string
      contains '='.  PR 13914  [Ville Skyttä <ville.skytta@iki.fi>,
      Jeff Trawick]
 
   *) Reorder the definitions for mod_ldap and mod_auth_ldap within
      config.m4 to make sure the parent mod_ldap is defined first.
      This ensures that mod_ldap comes before mod_auth_ldap in the
      httpd.conf file, which is necessary for mod_auth_ldap to load.
      PR 14256  [Graham Leggett]
 
   *) Fix critical bug in new --enable-v4-mapped configure option
      implementation which broke IPv4 listening sockets on some
      systems.  [hiroyuki hanai <hanai@imgsrc.co.jp>]

  as well as some doc fixes


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Jeff Trawick | trawick@attglobal.net
Born in Roswell... married an alien...

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