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From Brian Havard <brian.hav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: criteria for axing MPMs from the tree
Date Tue, 11 Aug 2009 21:12:11 GMT
Nick Kew wrote:
> Paul Smedley wrote:
>
>>> [ ] yank BeOS MPM from trunk
>>> [ ] yank OS/2 MPM from trunk
>>>
>>> (I'm +1 on both votes)
>>
>> Sorry for the late response, but if there is no current OS/2
>> maintainer for APR and httpd - I'm happy to take on that role.
>>
>> I've been building Apache2 on OS/2 for the last 4 years or so, I just
>> enver got around to submitting patches.  If the support is pulled, it
>> will make my life harder continuing to maintain the port.
>
> If you've been maintaining it independently to date, you could
> presumably continue to do so on exactly the same basis if it
> were pulled from the official release.  So that's one option.
>
> I see you've posted a patch to dev@apr.  I am, alas, not
> competent to review it.  If anyone on the APR and HTTPD
> projects has OS2 and the time to review it, maybe this
> could be a start to reviving OS2 support, and to your
> working with the apache community.

I know I've been absent for a long time but I once again have a bit of
spare time so I can review, test & commit patches from Paul. Does anyone
object if I start by bringing the OS/2 MPM back from the dead?
Specifically, reversing r758899?


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