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From Steve Hay <steve...@apache.org>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] mod_perl 2.0.9
Date Sat, 20 Jun 2015 23:44:55 GMT
We are delighted to announce the long-awaited release of mod_perl
2.0.9, which you will soon be able to download from a mirror site near
you via:

http://perl.apache.org/download/index.html

or in the meantime directly from:

http://apache.org/dist/perl/
http://search.cpan.org/dist/mod_perl/
https://metacpan.org/release/mod_perl/

MD5: fdab9a145bf35f54fce997c96c76f8e2 *mod_perl-2.0.9.tar.gz
SHA1: 5de3018214da21de186d758a429d5c78f827caa5 *mod_perl-2.0.9.tar.gz

This is the first official release of mod_perl with support for httpd
2.4.x. Your humble release engineer would like to give a big thank you
to all those who helped to make it happen.

Please note that perl 5.22.0 is not supported by this release. We hope
to have this fixed soon in mod_perl 2.0.10.

See below for the full list of changes in this release.

Enjoy!

Steve Hay


Add note to README about MP_INLINE problem when building with GCC 5.
[Niko Tyni <ntyni@debian.org>]

Fix t/api/aplog.t for apr-1.5.2. [Steve Hay]

Note that Perl 5.22.x is currently not supported. This is logged as
CPAN RT#101962 and will hopefully be addressed in 2.0.10. [Steve Hay]

Fix unthreaded build, which was broken in 2.0.9-rc2. [Steve Hay]

Remove PerlInterpScope. This has not been working properly with
threaded MPMs with httpd-2.4.x and the use-case of this directive was
questionable. [Jan Kaluza]

Allow running the test suite with httpd-2.4.x when mod_access_compat
is not loaded. [Steve Hay]

Add support for Apache httpd-2.4.x. [Torsten Foertsch, Jan Kaluza,
Steve Hay, Gozer]

Don't call modperl_threaded_mpm() et al. from XS code. Fixes Debian
Bug #765174. [Niko Tyni <ntyni@debian.org>]

Make sure modperl_interp_select uses r->server rather than the passed
s parameter to find the interpreter pool to pull an interpreter from.
This fixes an issue with vhosts with a separate interpreter pool and
runtime dir-config merges that used to pull the interpreter from the
wrong pool. [Torsten Foertsch]

PerlInterpScope is now more advisory. Using $(c|r)->pnotes will bind
the current interpreter to that object for it's lifetime.
$(c|r)->pnotes_kill() can be used to prematurely drop pnotes and
remove this binding. [Torsten Foertsch]

Now correctly invokes PerlCleanupHandlers, even if they are the only
handler type configured for that request [Torsten Foertsch]

For threaded MPMs, change interpreter managment to a new,
reference-counted allocation model. [Torsten Foertsch]

Expose modperl_interp_pool_t via ModPerl::InterpPool, modperl_tipool_t
via ModPerl::TiPool and modperl_tipool_config_t via
ModPerl::TiPoolConfig [Torsten Foertsch]

Expose modperl_interp_t via ModPerl::Interpreter [Torsten Foertsch]

Fix t/compat/apache_file.t on Windows. Apache::File->tmpfile() wants
TMPDIR or TEMP from the environment, or else defaults to /tmp. The
latter is no good on Windows, so make sure the environment variables
are passed through. (TEMP should be set to something suitable on
Windows.) [Steve Hay]

Fix t/api/err_headers_out.t with HTTP::Headers > 6.00. [Rolando
<rolosworld@gmail.com>]

Fix the build with VC++ and dmake (rather than nmake) on Windows. The
Makefile generated by Apache2::Build uses shell commands for the
manifest file, but neglected to tell dmake to use the shell. [Steve
Hay]

Don't write an 'rpm' target into the Makefile on Windows. It isn't
relevant on Windows, and the (hard-coded, not MakeMaker-generated)
recipe group has syntax which dmake doesn't understand. [Steve Hay]

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