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From André Malo ...@perlig.de>
Subject Re: weird mod_proxy function proxy_needsdomain
Date Thu, 06 Feb 2003 13:20:47 GMT
* Graham Leggett wrote:

> André Malo wrote:
> 
>> from mod_proxy.c:302:
>>
>> static int proxy_needsdomain(request_rec *r, const char *url, const char
>> *domain)
>>
>> "url" is never used within that function. r->parsed_uri will be evaluated
>> instead. I'd consider this a bug and guess "url" should intentionally be
>> parsed and evaluated. ... right?
> 
> Am am not even sure what this particular code does, so I am not sure. I
> is a bit of legacy code from the initial proxy.

Well, some more research needed. It seems there are still a lot of oddities 
in the proxy code. 

n "todo list? what a todo list? ;-)" d
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