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From "Brad Nicholes" <>
Subject Re: Netware cgi flags
Date Wed, 21 Sep 2005 22:20:45 GMT


>>> On Wednesday, September 21, 2005 at 11:26 am, in message
<>, wrote:
> I'm thinking that 0.9.7 should be rolled, and that 2.0.55 should be
> based on that new tag.  Lots of minor bug fixes that we aught to
> gather together for the new release.
> Which means this is a good time if someone wants to finally commit
> these patches, below;  I'll be tagging by Friday and not
> waiting on it, but if it's committed by tomorrow night I'll pick up
> the change on both sides (apr/httpd).
>      *) mod_cgi: Added API call and overload of detached field in
>         cgi_exec_info_t structure to support loading in current or
> address
>         space for CGIs.  The patch change how NetWare use cmdtype
>         processes. It was made necessary by changes done to log.c
>         The HTTP and the APR patches are available at:
>         <>
>         +1: jjclar, bnicholes, trawick
>         jerenkrantz: I'm confused as to the status of this backport.
>         trawick: Somebody commits the APR 0.9 patch, then:
>           do we have to wait for later APR 0.x release before
>           calls to apr_procattr_addrspace_set() into httpd-2.0.x, or
>           do we go ahead and introduce the prerequisite?
>         clar replies: I am ready to commit the apr 0.9.x patch, but
> will
>           need the changes in the httpd-2.0.x to be done in order for

> NetWare
>           to work as expected when calling apr_proc_create. Should I
> both,
>           APR and Http, at the same time?
>         wrowe: commit to APR.  Use an APR version test *in httpd* to

> determine
>           if the old or new behavior should be used in httpd.  In
> versions         you could remove the test altogether.

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