Re: Testing regime during httpd development/release

2019-01-13 Thread Nik Sultana
Had sent this a month back but it might have languished in inboxes during vacation season. Basically is there any onboarding/advice/workflow for testing, or are people left to their own (divergent/unchecked) devices? Is there a more suitable httpd mailing list for this question? Thanks, Nik On

Re: Testing regime during httpd development/release

2019-01-13 Thread Eric Covener
On Sun, Jan 13, 2019 at 9:58 AM Nik Sultana wrote: > > Had sent this a month back but it might have languished in inboxes > during vacation season. > > Basically is there any onboarding/advice/workflow for testing, or are > people left to their own (divergent/unchecked) devices? > > Is there a

Re: Testing regime during httpd development/release

2019-01-13 Thread Marion & Christophe JAILLET
Hi Nik, There is no formal workflow advised to follow. However, it is the responsibility of every committer to keep the code compile-able and run-able. However, a few more explanations and precisions. When some code is added/modified, it must be committed in trunk first. trunk is a CTR

Re: Is it interesting to add some filepath checks to apachectl -t ?

2019-01-13 Thread St├ęphane Blondon
Hello, sorry for the huge delay :/ >>> On 03/07/2018 22:57, St├ęphane Blondon wrote: Hello, `apachectl -t` checks the configuration files. The documentation explains it's not complete. It seems paths (for DocumentRoot for example) or the write access for log