Re: svn commit: r1884505 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk: changes-entries/pr64339.txt modules/filters/mod_xml2enc.c

2020-12-19 Thread Nick Kew
On Thu, 17 Dec 2020 17:31:20 + Nick Kew wrote: > > On 17 Dec 2020, at 16:22, Joe Orton wrote: > [chop] > Thanks for prompting me to take a proper look at where this thread > started. Further thought: anything hardwired will come up against future use cases where i

Re: svn commit: r1884505 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk: changes-entries/pr64339.txt modules/filters/mod_xml2enc.c

2020-12-17 Thread Nick Kew
> On 17 Dec 2020, at 16:22, Joe Orton wrote: > > On Wed, Dec 16, 2020 at 07:41:59PM +0000, Nick Kew wrote: >>> On 16 Dec 2020, at 17:47, Yann Ylavic wrote: >>>> Wouldn't this stop matching "application/xml" for instance? >>>> >>>

Re: svn commit: r1884505 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk: changes-entries/pr64339.txt modules/filters/mod_xml2enc.c

2020-12-16 Thread Nick Kew
x = strstr(ctype, "xml")) >|| x == ctype || !strchr("/+", x[-1]) > || apr_isalnum(x[3])) { > ? Be liberal in what you accept. You can limit it further in configuration, but you can't override a hardwired check. It certainly needs to operate on text/html for mod_proxy_html, and users might find reasons for running it on other text types as an alternative to an iconv filter like mod_charset(_lite). -- Nick Kew

Re: APLOGNO number range for vendors?

2020-12-04 Thread Nick Kew
oduce something RH and later commit it to trunk? If so, would you want to preserve the vendor number or just reassign a new one? No strong views, but if pressed I'd +1 to Stefan's suggestion. Simple, and something you can do without touching our repos. -- Nick Kew

Re: Concurrent access to request body by multiple modules

2020-12-01 Thread Nick Kew
r own input filter module. That is, if I've understood you aright? -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_proxy_spawn: Review request

2020-11-29 Thread Nick Kew
I'd consider hooking it earlier in the request cycle, or into mod_proxy instead. How does mod_proxy_fcgi fit your vision? -- Nick Kew

Re: Which programming language should be used for newly developed modules?

2020-08-20 Thread Nick Kew
your module will continue to work with (at least) future 2.4.x releases. That give you C or any language with C linkage. If you deviate from the API, you're on your own. Alternatives that (broadly speaking) wrap the C API are also possible: see for example mod_perl and mod_lua. -- Nick Kew

Re: httpd @ ApacheCon

2020-08-06 Thread Nick Kew
any insights you don't, but I'll be happy to take a look. That could be this evening. -- Nick Kew

Re: RFC: Documenting changes in the CHANGES file

2020-06-08 Thread Nick Kew
ing like an @CHANGES tag in a svn commit message? -- Nick Kew

Re: Can github activity (new PRs, comments) be forwarded to dev@ ?

2020-04-28 Thread Nick Kew
t;from" Gitbox and without meaningful subject lines just provokes [select all] --> delete. -- Nick Kew

Re: "Forbid" directive in core?

2020-04-27 Thread Nick Kew
A first-pass implementation might be for the Location directive to issue a warning if it matches a directory in the filesystem. -- Nick Kew

Re: Trying to compile httpd trunk

2019-12-20 Thread Nick Kew
-apr Not something I'd try with a non-release version. Decide what apr you want (either trunk or 1.x should work), install that first, then use that to build your httpd. -- Nick Kew

Re: Migrate to git?

2019-10-08 Thread Nick Kew
> On 7 Oct 2019, at 15:06, Daniel Gruno wrote: > > On 06/10/2019 17.59, Nick Kew wrote: >> >> OK, I've just dug up an example in an Apache/Github project. A simple >> renaming >> of a source file, that with "svn mv" would have preserved history,

Re: Migrate to git?

2019-10-06 Thread Nick Kew
> On 6 Oct 2019, at 04:06, Daniel Gruno wrote: > > On 05/10/2019 19.30, Nick Kew wrote: >>> >> If it moves to github, how and at what level is history preserved? Github >> can do >> alarming things with history even for a project that's always been ther

Re: Migrate to git?

2019-10-05 Thread Nick Kew
at's not best-of-both-worlds, why not? -- Nick Kew

Re: ACME support in Apache web server

2019-06-14 Thread Nick Kew
t in general terms, that sounds like the kind of thing that could comfortably be implemented as a module. Is that your plan if you don't find an existing implementation? -- Nick Kew

Re: http://svn.apache.org/r1850745

2019-03-13 Thread Nick Kew
nterest, is that with a libxml2-enabled APR version? Guess I need to test-drive that on Mac/latest, which has bitten me on similar platform issues before now! -- Nick Kew

Re: Patches related to HTML output by Apache httpd itself

2018-12-06 Thread Nick Kew
nt out that there's nothing wrong with the existing stuff. If I were to refactor the error messages, I'd be looking to take all remaining actual HTML out of the server itself, and into documents (or templates) under the control of the sysop. (And I wouldn't touch your indexhtml with a bargepole)! -- Nick Kew

Re: [VOTE] Release httpd-2.4.35

2018-09-19 Thread Nick Kew
bombed on me. Unlikely to have time to dig into that before at least Friday, so no vote likely unless you leave it open all week or thereabouts. -- Nick Kew

Re: Write a module to overwrite HTTP methods handling

2018-09-19 Thread Nick Kew
module (or equivalent), but you'd use configuration to determine when it should or shouldn't be invoked to process a request. -- Nick Kew

Re: How to read data in a request handler and then return DECLINED without consuming the data in the bucket brigade?

2018-06-04 Thread Nick Kew
s, however, as task that's been done in open source code you can look at, or perhaps use instead of reinventing their wheel. Either Ironbee or mod_security will scan a request body for you. > btw, Nick I bought your book - it was a great help :) Thanks :) -- Nick Kew

Re: How to read data in a request handler and then return DECLINED without consuming the data in the bucket brigade?

2018-06-04 Thread Nick Kew
} while (!end && (status == APR_SUCCESS)); >> if (status == APR_SUCCESS) { >> return DECLINED; >> } else { >> return HTTP_INTERNAL_SERVER_ERROR; >> } >> } Minor tip there: you're turning EAGAIN into a fatal error. -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_proxy_html and special characters

2018-05-28 Thread Nick Kew
nt stringcmp(const char *a, const char *b, unsigned int flags) where flags would control behaviour such as case-independence, and equivalence over URLencoding, HTML encoding, HTML entities, and whatever else someone might like to support (maybe integrate with locale too?). Anyone know of such a thing? -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_proxy_html and special characters

2018-05-28 Thread Nick Kew
processing a request URL, it's processing contents in the response. Contents destined, and encoded, for a HTTP Client. The resemblence is entirely coincidental. To align the behaviour on grounds of consistency would seem to me misleading! -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_proxy_html and special characters

2018-05-25 Thread Nick Kew
What is the right thing to do? I prefer to leave it to server admins to find the match that works for them. I don't recollect this particular question ever arising in 15 years, which kind-of suggests users are not confused by it! -- Nick Kew

Re: [VOTE] Allow for defect fix releases at httpd

2018-05-02 Thread Nick Kew
up if a proposal seemed likely to cause them real difficulties. So open discussion here *should* provide a reasonable level of engagement with our distributors. — Nick Kew

Re: [VOTE] Allow for defect fix releases at httpd

2018-05-01 Thread Nick Kew
s with a more complex process. Sorry if the above is negative. I promise to try and contribute a positive suggestion! — Nick Kew

Re: "Most Popular Web Server?"

2018-04-19 Thread Nick Kew
’d never attempt to take a lead, not least because potential conflict-of-interest with my publisher’s copyright. — Nick Kew

Re: "Most Popular Web Server?"

2018-04-19 Thread Nick Kew
e evangelism still has momentum. Insofar as we care about market share, we could respond in kind, preferably avoiding the wilder fringe. — Nick Kew

Re: Expanding httpd adoption internationally

2018-04-18 Thread Nick Kew
UD. Come to think of it, from memory of developing nginx modules, their error message framework looks a lot like ours. It's in english too. Though I never delved into its internals. — Nick Kew

Re: Expanding httpd adoption internationally

2018-04-18 Thread Nick Kew
what you refer to is the latter, it’s natural for any incumbent market-leader to feature in such unflattering comparisons, while challenger communities have more tendency to be evangelical. Though nowadays nginx should be up there with us on the wrong side of challenger comparisons! — Nick Kew

Re: Revisit Versioning? (Was: 2.4.3x regression w/SSL vhost configs)

2018-04-14 Thread Nick Kew
s. I’m not saying you’re wrong: in fact I think there’s merit in the proposal. But it would need a considered roadmap from here to there. — Nick Kew

Re: URL's in error pages

2018-04-12 Thread Nick Kew
text and highlight them. OK, it’s an overhead, but error pages are small. A sysop could of course have the option to disable it. — Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r1796352

2018-04-04 Thread Nick Kew
ewriteRule [P] in htaccess isn't anywhere near "screwed up". I disagree. .htaccess has no business enabling a user to access server resources outside his/her own directories. AllowOverride Fileinfo is a mess of largely-unrelated stuff, as pointed out by (IIRC) Jacob in the earlier discussion. -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r1796352

2018-04-04 Thread Nick Kew
d and the reporter agreed that it could be brought to dev@). -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r1796352

2018-04-04 Thread Nick Kew
d and the reporter agreed that it could be brought to dev@). -- Nick Kew

Re: Bugzilla open tasks by year

2018-03-26 Thread Nick Kew
not-bugs in the bugzilla count. Maybe we could deal with those with a new RESOLVED category (RESOLVED-PATCH?) and update the docs to invite users to search patch-bugs? — Nick Kew

Re: Poll: increase OpenSSL version requirement for trunk?

2018-03-17 Thread Nick Kew
noying (even scary) Warning in 2.4, and see what reactions that brings. -- Nick Kew

Re: open tags - minimal example

2018-01-28 Thread Nick Kew
tags in a manner similar to what the OP seems to envisage, and mod_proxy_html which uses a markup-aware parser that feeds each <...> as an event to your registered callback. Either of those modules would be a startingpoint to look at. -- Nick Kew

Re: SSLSrvConfigRec shared

2017-12-23 Thread Nick Kew
rom 2.0 days of hacking some ugly workaround, though the details elude me. But wouldn't it make more sense to review that in 2.5/trunk rather than the stable branch? -- Nick Kew

Re: SSLSrvConfigRec shared

2017-12-22 Thread Nick Kew
s. So why not KISS and stick with that fallback for all 2.4? -- Nick Kew

Re: Discard a brigade from filter

2017-10-19 Thread Nick Kew
oblem (perhaps due to a bug outside your control), issue a blocking call to your own upstream and don't return anything until you have data (or EOS). Or if I were working around a bug in closed source, I might try inserting a placeholder such as an empty data bucket. -- Nick Kew

Re: Drop HttpProtocolOptions Unsafe from 2.later/3.0 httpd releases?

2017-09-14 Thread Nick Kew
s or AllowOverride? Things that looked like a good idea at the time but led to all sorts of issues as the server evolved! OK, perhaps that's unduly harsh: this will be less problematic to maintain. Are you enumerating cases? -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_proxy_fcgi and flush

2017-07-08 Thread Nick Kew
, or my blog article at https://bahumbug.wordpress.com/2017/04/27/pretty-good-phishing/ -- Nick Kew

Re: [VOTE] Release httpd-2.2.33

2017-06-28 Thread Nick Kew
roll. Sorry, interest may be slow rather than absent altogether. It's on my to-do list to check this out, paying more attention than usual to build defaults that might live on for a long time. -- Nick Kew

Re: TTLimit directive

2017-06-13 Thread Nick Kew
re: > https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=61179 > https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/attachment.cgi?id=35048 That's exactly the right place. At first glance, patch looks interesting, and I'm minded to adopt (some version of) it for trunk. Though I think I'd default it to 0 (off) rather than your 255. Any other views? -- Nick Kew

Re: drop experimental from http2 for 2.4.next?

2017-04-15 Thread Nick Kew
ommit policy to the project as a whole? Surely the CTR is in recognition of its experimental status, to lubricate the process of hacking it into shape. -- Nick Kew

Re: APr Utils and PostgreSQL

2017-04-08 Thread Nick Kew
apr-util with pgsql! Or use your distro package. This confusion is one more argument for unbundling apr/apr-util from httpd! -- Nick Kew

Re: APr Utils and PostgreSQL

2017-04-08 Thread Nick Kew
gt; -Tom What does your config.log say about it? If it's all greek to you, post it along with your config.nice to a pastebin and bug me or someone to take a look. -- Nick Kew

Re: APr Utils and PostgreSQL

2017-04-07 Thread Nick Kew
y your options? -- Nick Kew

Re: json, rather sooner than later

2017-03-31 Thread Nick Kew
SON parsers: when I last looked, each had its own data models at a higher level than could be usefully unified. But I’m open to persuasion. I did some work on this, albeit for a subset of JSON required by a particular project. I’ll try & dig that up, to see if there’s anything worth salvaging. — Nick Kew

Re: mod_ssl custom vhost module

2017-03-30 Thread Nick Kew
n run something ahead of mod_ssl getting in to a connection. Not sure if that actually leads anywhere useful. Just a thought, if you haven't already tried it. Your main problem is that you have a hack that shoehorns vhosts in where they don't belong. -- Nick Kew

Re: HttpProtocolOptions Directive

2017-02-28 Thread Nick Kew
sions. Apache HTTPD, along with other web software, is being updated to the new standard. Unsafe should get you legacy behaviour unless the docs and CHANGES say otherwise. If you're getting discrepancies, that's probably worth a bug report. -- Nick Kew

Re: Can byterange filter request only needed ranges from my module instead of discarding?

2017-02-26 Thread Nick Kew
ign? Say, a bucket that serves data from a static file by seek/read, just to see how it behaves in different configurations and whether you can make the architecture work for you? -- Nick Kew

Re: Can byterange filter request only needed ranges from my module instead of discarding?

2017-02-26 Thread Nick Kew
d file for the benefit of future byterange requests. -- Nick Kew

Re: [RFC] ?

2017-02-21 Thread Nick Kew
rror message you need! -- Nick Kew

Re: proxy_fcgi directives or envvars?

2017-01-08 Thread Nick Kew
hat I needed to add. I have an idea something may have been needed in both mod_proxy and mod_proxy_http. It certainly gave rise to issues with how to document it without a major reorg. Envvars offered a straightforward workaround. -- Nick Kew

Re: [users@httpd] Copyright notices in httpd source files

2016-12-29 Thread Nick Kew
to apache. > [ mod_proxy_protocol.c ] > Copyright 2014 Cloudzilla Inc. If that's in our svn, it should probably have another line asserting Apache copyright alongside that one. As in, for instance, mod_proxy_html. -- Nick Kew

Re: Change the content-length header for other filters

2016-12-21 Thread Nick Kew
it - becomes hopelessly inefficient for large requests. There's some discussion of the issue in the mod_proxy docs, as mod_proxy has an option to support HTTP/1.0 backends that need an explicit Content-Length. -- Nick Kew

Re: [VOTE] Release Apache httpd 2.4.25 as GA

2016-12-18 Thread Nick Kew
cgid were found (nonsense: mod_cgid.so is in its expected place in /modules/ ). Looks like some gremlin in the test suite, plus running those tests when CGI tests had been skipped. -- Nick Kew

Re: [VOTE] Release Apache httpd 2.4.25 as GA

2016-12-17 Thread Nick Kew
On Sat, 17 Dec 2016 18:35:22 -0600 William A Rowe Jr <wr...@rowe-clan.net> wrote: > On Dec 17, 2016 17:22, "Nick Kew" <n...@apache.org> wrote: > > > Got some test errors with the new stuff. Investigating. > > Test Summary Report > ---

Re: [VOTE] Release Apache httpd 2.4.25 as GA

2016-12-17 Thread Nick Kew
On Sat, 17 Dec 2016 23:21:09 + Nick Kew <n...@apache.org> wrote: > Got some test errors with the new stuff. Investigating. > > Test Summary Report > --- > t/apache/http_strict.t(Wstat: 0 Tests: 78 Failed: 5) > Failed tests: 72-75, 77

Re: [VOTE] Release Apache httpd 2.4.25 as GA

2016-12-17 Thread Nick Kew
20.56 csys = 112.71 CPU) Result: FAIL Failed 2/103 test programs. 5/2623 subtests failed. [warning] server localhost:8529 shutdown [ error] error running tests (please examine t/logs/error_log) -- Nick Kew

Re: JSON for mod_status

2016-11-30 Thread Nick Kew
format. > > Thoughts...? Ideally that should be the job of an output filter. If mod_status were to generate a single standard-ish format, like JSON or XML, a general-purpose filter could generate other formats. -- Nick Kew

Re: Hackathon tomorrow?

2016-11-18 Thread Nick Kew
round both here and in the area upstairs several times this morning. No sign of any coordinated hacking, except the inevitable infra huddle. Am I just missing some (other?) hackathon area where you're all gathered? -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_ftp segaults on rheloids

2016-11-11 Thread Nick Kew
ou use for that? What happens if you build everything yourself, or alternatively use everything from the distro? Where's the traceback from your segfault? -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r1768036 - in /httpd/httpd/branches/2.4.x-merge-http-strict: ./ CHANGES include/ap_mmn.h include/http_core.h include/httpd.h modules/http/http_filters.c server/core.c server/protocol.c

2016-11-04 Thread Nick Kew
n MUST be absolute. Though in practice, there was a lot of confusion, with the CGI spec - and hence serverside apps - permitting the relative semantics. Seems recent HTTP came into line with CGI on this one. -- Nick Kew

Re: EC to audit Apache HTTP Server

2016-07-23 Thread Nick Kew
s a crash, * and error handling won't help. */ foo = apr_palloc(pool, sz); -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_fcgid: Immediate HTTP error 503 if the max total process count is reached

2016-05-31 Thread Nick Kew
e" there may help by marking it as low-hanging fruit. -- Nick Kew

Re: Module Development - Advice Needed

2016-05-27 Thread Nick Kew
g then you have a good model. If not, you learn lessons from it. Either way, thanks for posting to tell us about your project! As Jacob points out, the modules-dev list is a good resource for technical help. It's low-traffic, but still populated by a fair few people willing and able to help. -- Nick Kew

Re: [Patch] Ensure HTTP1 filters are only added on HTTP1 requests

2016-03-16 Thread Nick Kew
who's hacked it. So mod_h2 could safely deal with protocol filters. Or by extension could explicitly set a flag to trigger a core change as per this patch. Does this merit that level of hack? -- Nick Kew

Re: AddOutputFilterByType in Apache 2.4 inserts filters as AP_FTYPE_RESOURCE

2016-01-13 Thread Nick Kew
ispense with entirely. As a compromise it was re-implemented within mod_filter, where it could co-exist with other dynamic filter configuration. Your observation tells us the semantics aren't quite compatible. And your patch looks good - thanks. -- Nick Kew

Re: reverse proxy wishlist

2015-12-04 Thread Nick Kew
On Thu, 3 Dec 2015 12:23:24 -0600 William A Rowe Jr <wr...@rowe-clan.net> wrote: > On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 10:32 AM, Nick Kew <n...@apache.org> wrote: > Yup, and I'm not proposing to eliminate the mechanism, I'm proposing > that the existing 'core' subset be codified in fewer

Re: reverse proxy wishlist

2015-12-03 Thread Nick Kew
t > all). And along with cleaning up the httpd 2.next API, and i18n of > error output which I am continuing on first once the mod_ssl issues > for mod_ftp are resolved (my current project). Hmmm. There's some nice-to-have in there, but it also sounds like a big hack. > Last thought

Re: Moderations for modules.apache.org

2015-11-11 Thread Nick Kew
strong trust. Just a thought. -- Nick Kew

Re: Tracking sent responses

2015-11-06 Thread Nick Kew
ly easier than that. Before investing in new development, consider: - Could you hook your notification into regular piped logging? - Would regular logging through an API like syslog or spread serve (there are third-party modules for those). - Would a security-oriented tool like Ironbee be complete overkill? -- Nick Kew

Re: Improve Apache performance on high load (prefork MPM) with multiple Accept mutexes (Patch attached)

2015-10-26 Thread Nick Kew
e for anyone interested. Our bugzilla would serve, as would somewhere else you publish from, like github or a personal site. -- Nick Kew

Re: Is Apache getting too patchy?

2015-10-26 Thread Nick Kew
s don't just fall through the gaps and get ignored? -- Nick Kew

Re: [Bug 57785] REDIRECT_URL is not suitable for use in server-generated pages

2015-10-23 Thread Nick Kew
On Fri, 23 Oct 2015 15:22:27 -0400 Eric Covener <cove...@gmail.com> wrote: > My opinion is to make it opt-in before the next 2.4, but I am not > committed to that. Hehe. I was leaning towards introducing separate vars for full URL and fragment. But your patch looks good to me. -- Nick Kew

Re: Apache Module Development Query on character encodings.

2015-10-21 Thread Nick Kew
mod_charset_lite. > > So basically mod_xml2enc will detect the incoming encoding (whatever it may > be)? I suggest instead of debating here, take a look at it. Start with the docs, and then move on to the code if necessary. -- Nick Kew

Re: Apache Module Development Query on character encodings.

2015-10-20 Thread Nick Kew
d over the years and test-driven on a wide range of scripts, including non-Latin charsets such as Russian/Cyrillic and Arabic. -- Nick Kew

Re: XSLT filter for httpd

2015-10-19 Thread Nick Kew
option would be to overhaul that. Note, mod_transform is GPL. Originally my decision when I released its earlier predecessor, before I was part of the dev@httpd team. I'd be happy to re-license it as Apache, and I don't think any of my co-developers would object. -- Nick Kew

Re: XSLT filter for httpd

2015-10-19 Thread Nick Kew
pping the ball on it. IIRC the outcome was, they were both happy to re-license, but there had also been one or two third-party patches raising a questionmark over whether we should consult anyone else. Cc: Paul. Do you recollect that? You still in contact with Edward? -- Nick Kew

Re: Thx and merit

2015-10-14 Thread Nick Kew
of course honourable mentions to other developers such as your good self. -- Nick Kew

Re: GitHub (mirror) pull requests notifications

2015-10-09 Thread Nick Kew
uld perhaps review bugzilla workflow (IMHO a weakness in how we work now) at the same time? -- Nick Kew

Re: Expression Parser: search and replace with s/PATTERN/REPLACEMENT/FLAGS

2015-10-01 Thread Nick Kew
g like C comma-list syntax? But I expect the line of least resistance would be to use plain regexp rather than expr. -- Nick Kew

Re: Expression Parser: search and replace with s/PATTERN/REPLACEMENT/FLAGS

2015-10-01 Thread Nick Kew
On Thu, 2015-10-01 at 13:32 +0100, Nick Kew wrote: > > Header set X-USER "expr=%{REMOTE_USER} =~ s/([^@]*)@.*/$1/" > But I expect the line of least resistance would be to use > plain regexp rather than expr. Come to think of it, using regexp that looks a lot like:

Re: Expression Parser: search and replace with s/PATTERN/REPLACEMENT/FLAGS

2015-10-01 Thread Nick Kew
some might say mod_perl or mod_rewrite). > >>>> Header set X-USER "expr=%{REMOTE_USER} =~ s/([^@]*)@.*/$1/" One further thought there that might be easier to work, or a staging post on the way to your goal: X-USER = $_ # (or whatever backref syntax you prefer). -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r1697322 - /httpd/httpd/branches/2.4.x/STATUS

2015-08-24 Thread Nick Kew
to another + patch. Agreed it comes from existing code, but I wonder if its meaning and purpose haven't got lost since it was originally written? I'm +1 if that's either removed or if the comment clarifies what actual case the TODO would be dealing with. -- Nick Kew

Re: HSTS Header Duplication

2015-08-13 Thread Nick Kew
a new one. Or other configuration variants. -- Nick Kew

Developer Book

2015-07-23 Thread Nick Kew
any royalties payable to the ASF. In the case of an entirely new work, there'd be no such strings attached, but it would probably be inappropriate for me to take a coordinating role or to contribute material from the old book. Anyone interested? -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r1684900 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk: CHANGES modules/filters/mod_substitute.c

2015-06-24 Thread Nick Kew
. New directive as per Yann's suggestion? Maybe, but perhaps OTT. If so, it would be good to make it 2.4-only and keep trunk pure. And add it to upgrade notes! -- Nick Kew

Re: documentation issues for mod_authn_socache

2015-06-22 Thread Nick Kew
-of like asking us to concern ourselves with the nuances of ext2/3/4 vs XFS vs JFS vs ZFS vs NTFS, etc. We are agnostic. -- Nick Kew

Re: SSI for CGI output ...

2015-06-20 Thread Nick Kew
(or earlier) Apache releases? -- Nick Kew

Re: Signal-safe way to start a worker thread in each child process?

2015-06-02 Thread Nick Kew
clean. So, a few questions: I don't know a clean answer: it's not a problem I've ever tackled. But if you don't find a better solution, you can improve a little on your existing one by running your child_init after other modules have done theirs with APR_HOOK_LAST. -- Nick Kew

Re: 2.2 and 2.4 and 2.6/3.0

2015-05-28 Thread Nick Kew
at your work, and put my money (or at least timeeffort) where my mouth is! -- Nick Kew

Re: 2.4 release backport list

2015-05-26 Thread Nick Kew
enough votes? The file STATUS in 2.4.x shows current votes. (See also CHANGES, which documents what has already made it). -- Nick Kew

Re: Platform specific CTR/RTC?

2015-05-22 Thread Nick Kew
, should it be eligible for lazy-consensus backport? The proponent posts here on a speak now or forever hold your peace basis, and goes ahead if no discussion calls it into question. -- Nick Kew

Re: Version check idea

2015-04-21 Thread Nick Kew
startup behind my back! Suggestion 1: make it a module. Suggestion 2: consider something lighter-weight than RDF. e.g. an X-latest: header in our own server response to HEAD / . -- Nick Kew

Re: Happy 20th Birthday, httpd

2015-04-20 Thread Nick Kew
with the ASF. The project born in 1995 was a web server just called Apache. OK, I guess you're right. It's just the difference between a maiden name and taking on your master's name ;) -- Nick Kew

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