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From Javier Uruen Val <jur...@warp.es>
Subject Re: right patch for Apache::Reload
Date Fri, 20 Jan 2006 14:49:09 GMT
Hi,

[...]
> >         - Module A uses symbols exported by Module B
> >         - Module A is located before than B in %INC when iterating.
> >         - Module A and B have changed and A uses new symbols exported by
> > B
> >
> >         When that happens we got an error when Apache::Reload tries to
> > recompile A having the old B symbols still  in memory and it can't found
> > the new symbol.
> >
> >         I don't know if this is the expected behavior and I misunderstood
> > everything or maybe I'm using the wrong module and it's totally
> > deprecated.
>
> This is actually a nice bug in Apache::Reload, thanks for the investigative
> work.

Ok. Thanks for the confirmation.

[...]
> I guess you are using mod_perl 1.x and not 2.x. I've committed r370007 that
> implements your change in the mod_perl-2.x codebase, since that's where
> most of the active development happens.
Yes, we are using mod_perl 1.x for our project [0]. 

> If/When there comes a time for another mod_perl-1.x release, I'll probably
> take the time to apply a similar patch to Apache::Reload.
Great. At the moment, we are using the last stable debian package patched with 
the sent patch.


[0] http://www.ebox-platform.com

-- 
Javier Uruen Val - Warp Networks, S.L

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