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From Jon Stevens <...@latchkey.com>
Subject Re: cvs commit: jakarta-tomcat-4.0/connectors/lib wa_request.c
Date Thu, 10 May 2001 18:10:44 GMT
on 5/10/01 8:55 AM, "pier@apache.org" <pier@apache.org> wrote:

> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dt>Your Request:</dt>\n");
> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dd>Server Host: \"%s\"</dd>\n",r->serv->host);
> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dd>Server Address: \"%s\"</dd>\n",r->serv->addr);
> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dd>Server Port: \"%d\"</dd>\n",r->serv->port);
> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dd>Client Host: \"%s\"</dd>\n",r->clnt->host);
> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dd>Client Address: \"%s\"</dd>\n",r->clnt->addr);
> +    wa_rprintf(r,"   <dd>Client Port: \"%d\"</dd>\n",r->clnt->port);

This bugged me in Jserv...can't we at least abstract that out to a text file
that is read in so that it isn't HTML embedded within code?

I find it funny that with all your work on Cocoon and abstraction of
presentation and MVC that we are going back to 1993 again...

-jon

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your pain to new levels. --Anonymous
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