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From John K Sterling <sterl...@covalent.net>
Subject Re: [PATCH] win32 module names now like unix
Date Sat, 23 Dec 2000 01:29:52 GMT
sounds great randy - do what you gotta do - i'll check it out on the other end
testing/proofing

sterling

Randy Kobes wrote:

> On Fri, 22 Dec 2000, John K Sterling wrote:
>
> > sorry it took so long to respond i had some 'real work' issues :) anyhoo, i am
> > really torn on this one.  I still think mod_perl should immediately just switch
> > to the new-style .so - mod_perl has always been the closest darling to apache so
> > it only makes sense that it follows the bleeding edge.  If the mod_perl
> > instructions so mod_perl.so everywhere then no-one should be confused... they
> > might double take, but they'll get over it fast.
> >
> > So what'dya think randy - i'll go with your gut feel - and my patch will be
> > there when things are more comfortable.
> >
> > sterling
>
> I'm convinced ...:) That's a good point to be on the edge; it
> may confuse some, but that'll happen whenever it's done, and
> everyone will eventually run into it with apache, so we might
> as well do it now.
>
> What we could do is just reverse my earlier suggestions - build
> a mod_perl.so, but copy it as ApacheModulePerl.dll if pre-1.3.15,
> and print out appropriate messages. I'll take your earlier
> patch and add some of this, if you like ...
>
> best regards,
> randy
>
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