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From "Sean Reilly" <>
Subject RE: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10383] - Specially crafted GET request causes the answering httpd process and the answering AJP13 processor to hang indefinitely
Date Sat, 04 Jan 2003 22:33:34 GMT
CVSZilla ( supports this kind of functionality quite

Sean Reilly
Software Architect, Point2 Technologies, Inc.
(306) 955-1855

> -----Original Message-----
> (snip)
> One last general request that is not focused on you:
> When I encounter problems with software (not only
> Tomcat) I use bugzilla very often and most of the time I find a hint
> there that solves my problem. But very often it is hard work to find
> all the patched files and the revisions of the files containing the
> patch that resolved the bug in the CVS (partionally CVS is to blame on
> this problem).
> Although I know that the CVS is very dynamic, I think it 
> would help a lot
> if any person who commits a patch to the CVS in reaction to a 
> bug report
> writes a short note to the bug report which files have been changed
> by the patch and the revision numbers of these files.
> Even if these patches change later on, this information is a good base
> for searching the actual version of the patch to a bug in the CVS.
> For this bug the note is rather short:
> Affected files and revisions:
> jakarta-tomcat-connectors/jk/java/org/apache/ajp/tomcat4/Ajp13
> revisions: 1.10, 1.11
> Complete patch:

Remark: The complete patch line is something I would not see within the scope
of this short note in general, but in this case this was so easy that I
added it for everyones convenience.

Again thanks for the help.

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