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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: 2.1.5 available for testing
Date Fri, 17 Jun 2005 20:07:41 GMT
-1 on Win32, caddr_t isn't sufficiently portable (fix committed).

Also, LDAP TLS is altogether broken, my gut says disable it, but
this may not be an issue in the previous flavor of apr-util.
I'm testing HEAD - which is why my apr-util result might vary.
And stumbled across an old install of apache.exe which might have
tripped me up (instead of using httpd.exe).  So I'll have to unwind
exactly what's going on with apr_ldap.

I'm in the process of a broad range of 1.3 / 2.0 / 2.1 proxy
header introspection, so I'll have a conclusive +/-1 on RFC2616
misbehavior shortly.  In light of the Watchfire analysis, it's
irresponsible of us to release anything until such issues are
fully addressed, and I don't care if you call it beta, alpha,
or nadda.  At the very least, jfclere just fixed a major snafu
in the T-E/C-L tests, which renders 2.1.5 borked, in my mind.


At 02:40 AM 6/17/2005, Paul Querna wrote:
>Please test and vote on releasing 2.1.5 as -alpha.
>Available at:
>(might take up to 2 hours for the files to appear, due to the rsync delay)
>MD5 (httpd-2.1.5-alpha.tar.Z) = f9dea893723fe7ddb8e9c5a4225a276b
>MD5 (httpd-2.1.5-alpha.tar.bz2) = 8ec926f27c2768c7cbd24f42fa22108a
>MD5 (httpd-2.1.5-alpha.tar.gz) = 7fdc3d61deb72b3815e137bdae282f0e

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