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From Ace Suares <...@suares.nl>
Subject Re: the wheel of httpd-dev life is surely slowing down, solutionsplease
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2003 13:20:39 GMT
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Graham,

>
> The wheels turn slowly, but they do turn. 

grin...

> If you expect people to be at
> your beck and call, to apply the patches immediately as they're
> submitted, then you're going to have to pay us :)

I don't expect that! But hey, if you give me a quote on how much it'll cost, 
I'll consider ;-)

>
> The patch is available that in theory should solve your problem, so you
> should not have a need to downgrade from v2.0 - if the patch is in
> bugzilla then it won't fall through the cracks, and once I've achieved
> the impossible for my client by the end of this weekend, I'll have some
> time to review and apply it - you're going to have to be patient though.

I am patient - not so my client who wants the impossible before the end of 
this weekend.... and my hands are strained already from typing to much under 
pressure :-(
And, the patch for 2.0 is NOT there - Brent clearly stated to me that the 
newer module is different from the 1.6.0 rudedog module, and that his patch 
won't apply, and that he has no time to fix it now, but he'll look into it 
later. 
>
> Your effort in hunting down the problem in the first place is greatly
> appreciated - the end result is that Apache has one less bug and is mroe
> stable than before, but this stuff still takes time...

Brent did all the work - in 2001 !!!!! No idea why it never made it to the 
rudedog module. If it had, it wouldn't be a bug in 2.0 !

I just wanted to talk to the right person. If that's you, then we are already 
in contact. I will NOW submit a bug report for 2.0 with the 1.3 patch 
attached, I think it's very easy for you to figure out how to patch 2.0, when 
the time is there. I am staying with 1.3 at least until the end of this 
weekend ;-)

Let the wheels turn - I am not in a hurry, my problem is already fixed.

Cheers,
ace

website: http://www.suares.nl * http://www.qwikzite.nl
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