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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@lnd.com>
Subject Re: cvs commit: httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual win_service.html
Date Wed, 27 Dec 2000 22:52:06 GMT
Thank you much, it's good to know someone is paying attention :-)

Comments on two bits inline...

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <pepper@locus.apache.org>
To: <httpd-docs-1.3-cvs@apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 4:20 PM
Subject: cvs commit: httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual win_service.html


> pepper      00/12/27 14:20:28
> 
>   Modified:    htdocs/manual win_service.html
>   Log:
>   Fix various typos and entities.
>   Make menu paths consistent.
>   Fix a mismatched <p></p>.
>   
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>   1.5       +23 -23    httpd-docs-1.3/htdocs/manual/win_service.html
>   
>   Index: win_service.html

>    <P>Effective with Apache release 1.3.15, the -k install option was added
>       as an alias to -i, and the -k uninstall option was added as an alias
>   -   to -u.  The original -i and -u options are depreciated in Apache 2.0.
>   +   to -u.  The original -i and -u options are deprecated in Apache 2.0.
>       These aliases were added to ease the transition for administrators
>       running both versions.</P>

I'm not sure about depreciated vs. deprecated ... I've always thought in 
terms of features being depreciated, but maybe that's just me.  I'm not
trying to insult the old feature :-)

>    <P>Note that you may specify startup options on the apache -k start command

>       line, including the -D, -C and -c options.  These affect the processing of
>   -   the service configuration, and may be used with the &lt;IfDefine&gt; block

>   +   the service configuration, and may be used within an &lt;IfDefine&gt; block

>       to conditionally process directives.  You may also override the server root
>       path or configuration file with the -d or -f options.  The options should 
>       also be passed to the -k restart command, but they are ignored if the 
>       service is running, and only processed if the service is started.</P>

You've changed the meaning here ... these are used with (or in conjunction with)
the IfDefine block, but they don't literally appear there.

Thanks for all the great catches... I'm sort of amused that the -> seperators
that were in there even parsed at all on my browser... time to start banging
all my html changes against seamonkey as well :-/

Bill



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