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From "J. Greenlees" <ja...@shaw.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] huge/bug problem.
Date Mon, 02 Sep 2002 00:08:10 GMT
the .dev means it is a developing release, not completely stable and bug 
free.
apache2.4 is a stable release, but the whole apache2 project is still 
cleaning a lot of code.
haven't implemented a number of features for 2 yet. :-)


Hytham Shehab wrote:

>>OK.....
>>
>>I'm a little confused what exactly the problem here is, but your
>>first thing seems to be that (in IE?) the "loading bar" goes up
>>several times: "but it keep hitting like as am a setting a timer of
>>0.2 seconds to each request"? This is an IE thing AFAIK, it may be to
>>do with your use of frames (as it loads each page), as you imply
>>later.
>>
>>>i start to see some portion of the HTML code generated by the
>>>script into the IE 5.5, i suspect that i have written some typo or
>>>something, NO, in my script, there is no copyright, nor trademark
>>>sign, guess what?, i recieve it in the result !!?,
>>>
>>Not quite sure what you mean here, are you seeing unexpected results
>>from the CGI script? One thing I noticed with MySQL was the way it
>>stored certain special characters (in my case it was the "cubed"/^3)
>>symbol is different if it is entered via PHP or the MySQL console.
>>This could easily be a character set issue, and probably not an
>>Apache one. If you could provide a URL to this script and the
>>relevant source for it, that would be very helpful.
>>
>>>not only that, i had a link
>>>that should its target is to another frame named "contents", after
>>>apache/IE get somehow crazy, i start getting the target in a totaly
>>>new window??
>>>
>>This is (probably) a coding error. Double check all your frame names
>>etc in the frameset page, and make sure it's all being generated
>>correctly by the CGI. I can't think of any reason why Apache would be
>>at fault here (it doesn't see the output of CGI anyway AFAIK). It's
>>possibly an IE error, there are plenty of them ;)
>>
>>HTH.
>>
>>Chris Taylor - The guy with the PS2 WebServer
>>Email: chris@x-bb.org - PGP: http://www.x-bb.org/chris.aschi
>>
>
>guys,
>    i was right about being suspecious about apache/2.0.40-dev, coz i get
>the old one - v 1.3* - from the net, it run perfect.
>even the frame problem, doesn't occur once !!!
>my suspecious increased that apache/2.0.40-dev have a bug somehow ?
>--
>Hytham Shehab
>
>
>
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