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Subject [GitHub] [httpd] I-Cat commented on pull request #181: change 2493 urls [Wait for Travis] 🚧
Date Mon, 26 Apr 2021 06:41:54 GMT

I-Cat commented on pull request #181:

   > This may have damaged the korean translations (diff in github looks suspicious) updates
all the license/copyright headers for nearly every file, and hit at least 1 URL that had an
explicit port 80 in it. It also means things like /server-status and /server-info examples
don't work w/o TLS. I don't really see the added value to offset this.
   Reply to : @covener covener
   > Message:
   Yes Thank you for your input.  Maybe changing all the URLs to https:// all at once was
a little much. That's odd, I will check the diff and see what happened to the port. Also will
close and revert. The only way I could test this was by a pull request. Is there a nother
way I can test this before I make a pull request?  Then I can verify a passing build. All
advice is appreciated.
   Signed-off-by: I-CAT

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