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From Colman Reilly <carei...@colmanandsam.org>
Subject Re: The state of Rivet?
Date Wed, 07 Feb 2007 15:10:58 GMT
I presume that patches and bug fixes would still be accepted? It  
works pretty well as it is ...

The big problem is the Apache 2.0 port, correct? I've forgotten what  
the huge issue with that is?

Colman

On 7 Feb 2007, at 15:03, Rob Sciuk wrote:

>
> On Tue, 6 Feb 2007, David Welton wrote:
>
>> In conclusion, it looks as if there are several people concerned  
>> about
>> Rivet's future, but none of them are able to do anything about it.
>> Those that are able to do something are in various stages of
>> abandoning the project.
>>
>> Not a good situation.  Perhaps the best course of action at this  
>> point
>> is to try and wrap things up into a 1.0 and archive it.
>>
>
> Truly a pity, as Rivet is a pleasure to develop in, but without  
> critical mass, it is of course doomed.  Having said that, the svn  
> version last I checked (about 2 weeks ago) worked ok on FreeBSD 6.2- 
> Release using Apache 1.3.37 from the ports, and using the config  
> info in the README.Freebsd.
>
> Cheers,
> Rob Sciuk
>
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