Re: filtering huge request bodies (like 650MB files)

2003-12-10 Thread Nick Kew
memory is going)? I had a very similar situation to this, when a bug in a third-party library caused it to buffer everything in my filter. mod_diagnostics rapidly tracked that down for a x300 performance improvement. -- Nick Kew

Re: Thread terminatinos ?

2003-12-11 Thread Nick Kew
architecture, so if you tie something to them, you're more-or-less fighting against the architecture. That means your module is likely to be non-portable and at risk of breaking on future Apache updates. -- Nick Kew In urgent need of paying work - see http://www.webthing.com/~nick/cv.html

Re: Save brigade and buckets

2004-01-07 Thread Nick Kew
. Your best bet may be to try and use a persistent connection, and handle breaking the connection as an error. -- Nick Kew

Re: Philosphical help - module or CGI

2004-01-09 Thread Nick Kew
and modularity. I intend to implement this using httpd 2.0, if that makes any difference. Yes, that's a far more powerful development platform than 1.x. -- Nick Kew

Re: Proposal: Allow ServerTokens to specify Server header completely

2004-01-13 Thread Nick Kew
header in httpd.conf? Maybe that could ba faqqed as an alternative suggestion? -- Nick Kew

Re: ReplaceModule directive!?

2004-01-16 Thread Nick Kew
horribly when an installed module has been updated. We could do with a mechanism for that, and if Gerardo is going to implement it then great (though I can't help thinking it ought to be simpler: an unload-all-modules thing). Perhaps this wants a bug report. -- Nick Kew

Re: Capabilities to provide UDP services with Apache

2004-01-28 Thread Nick Kew
Apache? -- Nick Kew

Re: Help in Writing Apache Modules in C

2004-01-28 Thread Nick Kew
Apache header files. -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_gcj project at sourceforge

2004-03-19 Thread Nick Kew
with the linkage from C. I've done that experimentally, building the W3C CSS validator with gcj, but considered this just too huge and unwieldy to contemplate for operational use. -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_gcj project at sourceforge

2004-03-20 Thread Nick Kew
to that. And it might also be very useful for one of my wishlist-projects if that ever happens. Thanks for clarifying. I'm just off to your sourceforge page to learn more:-) -- Nick Kew

Re: to the non-committer folks in our communities...

2004-03-24 Thread Nick Kew
into the developer docs? -- Nick Kew

Re: RequestHeader directive cannot be made conditionnal of env vars

2004-03-25 Thread Nick Kew
third-party patches. It's most likely to get adopted if you raise it as a bug report, then attach the patch to that. -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_deflate updates

2004-04-14 Thread Nick Kew
another module is setting it, but I should implement a configuration directive as an alternative. Make existing behaviour the default, but let httpd.conf override it and force or suppress output compression. -- Nick Kew

[PATCH] Re: mod_deflate updates

2004-04-15 Thread Nick Kew
As discussed previously, here are my updates as a patch against 2.0.49. They serve to enable working with compressed data coming from a proxy (or other backend) and processing content in the output filter chain. -- Nick Kew Nick's manifesto: http://www.htmlhelp.com/~nick/ --- mod_deflate.c.old

mod_deflate update

2004-04-18 Thread Nick Kew
in mod_deflate destroy their brigades. A look at apr_brigade.c shows that it's not in fact necessary, but maybe a note to that effect would be in order? -- Nick Kew Nick's manifesto: http://www.htmlhelp.com/~nick/--- mod_deflate.c 2004-04-18 13:06:13.0 +0100 +++ mod_deflate.c.old 2004-04-18

Proposal: AP_FTYPE_PREPROCESS

2004-04-25 Thread Nick Kew
graceful recovery when proxying content containing bogus characters through a markup filter. Rather than use hacks like AP_FTYPE_RESOURCE-1, would it not be better to introduce a new output filter type AP_FTYPE_PREPROCESS below RESOURCE for this kind of application? -- Nick Kew Nick's manifesto: http

Exception handling and MPMs

2004-04-25 Thread Nick Kew
. This seems to offer the compiler more scope for generating thread-safe code than setjmp/longjmp, but I really don't know if that's wishful thinking ... Where do I stand using either setjmp/longjmp or try/throw/catch with different MPMs? -- Nick Kew Nick's manifesto: http://www.htmlhelp.com/~nick/

Re: is it possible to mark buckets to be copied only when to be set-aside?

2004-05-19 Thread Nick Kew
that (originally mine, but now more actively developed by others as mod_transform). Perhaps mod_perl users might benefit from switching? -- Nick Kew

Re: is it possible to mark buckets to be copied only when to be set-aside?

2004-05-19 Thread Nick Kew
for it - although there would seem to be no reason to do so other than particular system optimisations. -- Nick Kew

Re: [PATCH] mod_deflate + mod_proxy bug

2004-06-10 Thread Nick Kew
://www.theatreroyal.com/showpage.php?dd=1theid=2578 which now has three nights left to run). More interesting is the entire subject of filtering in a dynamic context such as a proxy. The directives available to control filtering are simply not up to it. Watch this space:-) -- Nick Kew

Re: [PATCH] mod_unique_id: Keep running w/ Broken DNS

2004-06-16 Thread Nick Kew
is made. Indeedie. -- Nick Kew

RE: Aborting a filter.

2004-06-24 Thread Nick Kew
... grumbleWhy isn't this documented in the manpages or in zlib.h/grumble? -- Nick Kew

Proxy Cookie Support (Bug #10722)

2004-06-25 Thread Nick Kew
. The latter have just come from the backend (the server proxied). But how/why should there be (any) cookies in r-err_headers_out at this point? Presumably they'd be from the proxy rather than the backend? And why merge them into a normal 2xx response? -- Nick Kew

Re: Proxy Cookie Support (Bug #10722)

2004-06-25 Thread Nick Kew
On 25 Jun 2004, Joe Schaefer wrote: Jim Jagielski [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Nick Kew wrote: [...] It appears just to merge Set-Cookie headers in r-err_headers_out with those in r-headers_out. The latter have just come from the backend (the server proxied). But how/why should

Re: Proxy Cookie Support (Bug #10722)

2004-06-25 Thread Nick Kew
with yours, but at least it's now clear what's going on. -- Nick Kew

Re: URI lossage with ProxyPass

2004-06-25 Thread Nick Kew
Dieterich [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Nick Kew

PATCH: various mod_proxy issues

2004-06-26 Thread Nick Kew
I've rolled a fairly extensive mod_proxy patch, which seems rather big to commit without review. Comments please: (1) Bug #10722 - cookie paths and domains in reverse proxy Following my patch to 2.0.49, I've adapted it for 2.1, taking into account Jim's patch. In doing so, I made some

Re: URI lossage with ProxyPass

2004-06-26 Thread Nick Kew
On Sat, 26 Jun 2004, Graham Leggett wrote: Nick Kew wrote: Can anyone see why proxy_fixup should not be removed altogether? Proxy fixup seems to do the job of making sure the URL /%41%42%43 matches ProxyPass /ABC http://xxx/ABC;, so I don't think it should be removed altogether. I don't

Re: URI lossage with ProxyPass

2004-06-26 Thread Nick Kew
On Sat, 26 Jun 2004, Graham Leggett wrote: Nick Kew wrote: Can anyone see why proxy_fixup should not be removed altogether? Proxy fixup seems to do the job of making sure the URL /%41%42%43 matches ProxyPass /ABC http://xxx/ABC;, so I don't think it should be removed altogether. OK

Re: 2.2 Roadmap?

2004-06-27 Thread Nick Kew
minor hacks to 2.0. Need time to generalise/abstract it into a proposal. -- Nick Kew

PROPOSAL: Enhance mod_headers as a debug/test tool

2004-07-04 Thread Nick Kew
. Without DEBUG, it will default to current (fixups) behaviour. Of course, DEBUG won't work with conditional (Request)Header directives. In addition to documenting this, attempts to do so will log a warning. -- Nick Kew

Re: PROPOSAL: Enhance mod_headers as a debug/test tool

2004-07-05 Thread Nick Kew
On Sun, 4 Jul 2004, Nick Kew wrote: (If this gets the thumbs up, I'll be happy to do the work:-) Since reaction seemed broadly positive, I've checked it in to HEAD. Following suggestions in the replies, it's invoked by the keyword early which takes the place of the env clause. -- Nick Kew

Re: The Byterange filter -- a new design -- feel free to rip it to shreds

2004-07-11 Thread Nick Kew
this kind of thing work? As I said, the trivial cases should (transparently) be treated separately and more simply. Otherwise ... well, as discussed on IRC. -- Nick Kew

Re: The Byterange filter -- a new design -- feel free to rip it to shreds

2004-07-12 Thread Nick Kew
serving from a complete document in-memory or on-disc, it's straightforward. - Teach certain problem modules (mod_gzip if appropriate) to react That'll be mod_byteranges. -- Nick Kew

Re: The Byterange filter -- a new design -- feel free to rip it to shreds

2004-07-13 Thread Nick Kew
On Tue, 13 Jul 2004, Joe Orton wrote: On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 03:35:12AM +0100, Nick Kew wrote: This doesn't completely address the issue that this might cause excessive memory usage; particularly if we have to serve ranges in a perverse order. I would propose two admin-configurable limits

Re: The Byterange filter -- a new design -- feel free to rip it to shreds

2004-07-13 Thread Nick Kew
options for the proxy to pass range requests through or not. -- Nick Kew

Re: The Byterange filter -- a new design -- feel free to rip it to shreds

2004-07-13 Thread Nick Kew
On Tue, 13 Jul 2004, Graham Leggett wrote: Nick Kew wrote: Indeed. In a straight-through proxy that's right. But in the case of a cacheing proxy, it may be better for it to retrieve the entire document and manage byteranges locally. And in the case of a content-transforming proxy

Re: The Byterange filter -- a new design -- feel free to rip it to shreds

2004-07-13 Thread Nick Kew
content transformation Each filter is the stack could promote the complexity but should never set it to a lower state. This would allow http/proxy modules to negotiate less complex transformations in more efficient ways. Nicely put. Thank you! +1 -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/filters mod_deflate.c

2004-07-17 Thread Nick Kew
been sent down the wire). With my patch it might still risk minor breakage (repeated gzip header) if the headers filter changes sometime in future. Any more issues with this? If not I'll make nd's fix and leave it. -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/filters mod_deflate.c

2004-07-19 Thread Nick Kew
a simpler solution but found it didn't work. Just enough to persuade me to preserve the loop-over-buckets test. -- Nick Kew

setjmp/longjmp vs try/throw/catch

2004-07-19 Thread Nick Kew
/longjmp with Worker or Windoze MPM asking for trouble? And if so, is there an alternative approach I could try? -- Nick Kew

Re: Invitation to HTTPD commiters in tomcat-dev

2004-07-20 Thread Nick Kew
that mod_proxy and friends don't provide? -- Nick Kew

Re: Invitation to HTTPD commiters in tomcat-dev

2004-07-20 Thread Nick Kew
of it, and implement load-balancing and fault-tolerance in additional modules. As a matter of fact, one of my wishlist-projects is a connection-pooling module for backend HTTP connections in a proxy. That might actually be the same as your project. -- Nick Kew

Re: Invitation to HTTPD commiters in tomcat-dev

2004-07-20 Thread Nick Kew
? Well let see my suggestion : Makes sense. With the caveat that proxying plain HTTP can do much more than some posts in this thread seem to think. So the motivation has to be people want AJP, not HTTP can't do things. -- Nick Kew

Re: setjmp/longjmp vs try/throw/catch

2004-07-20 Thread Nick Kew
with using apr. Agreed. But I don't have APR karma to introduce the idea there. -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/filters mod_deflate.c

2004-07-22 Thread Nick Kew
:-( -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/filters mod_deflate.c

2004-07-22 Thread Nick Kew
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004, Nick Kew wrote: On Mon, 19 Jul 2004, Joe Orton wrote: Nothing like that was posted to the list, at least. Patch below is still sufficient to fix the proxy+304 case; does it work for you too? Yes, mostly (it fixes the important bug that was previously a showstopper

Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-07-29 Thread Nick Kew
on IRC. Perhaps it can lead to a general-purpose module for 2.0 and an architecture update for 2.2? http://www.apachetutor.org/dev/smart-filter -- Nick Kew

Re: Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-07-30 Thread Nick Kew
cannot see any circumstance in which it's necessary in an output filter. But it's not a requirement of the proposed archictecture, except insofar as it saves the overhead of a filter initialising when it's not going to be run. -- Nick Kew

Re: Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-07-30 Thread Nick Kew
On Fri, 30 Jul 2004, Joe Schaefer wrote: Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [...] (2) I propose getting rid of it because I cannot see any circumstance in which it's necessary in an output filter. But you still need a simple way for an output filter to run some code before

Re: Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-07-30 Thread Nick Kew
On Fri, 30 Jul 2004, Joe Schaefer wrote: Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [...] If there's a better approach, I'd be glad to update those docs. Wouldn't an ap_hook_insert_filter() handler be the ideal spot for that? I thought such hooks were run on *every* request, not just

Re: Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-08-01 Thread Nick Kew
from Bill Rowe above, or merely with my proposed solution to that problem? -- Nick Kew

Re: Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-08-01 Thread Nick Kew
On Sun, 1 Aug 2004, Justin Erenkrantz wrote: --On Sunday, August 1, 2004 8:24 AM +0100 Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure what 'match' is in this context. In the above case, it could be text/html or latin1. ap_register_smart_filter(transcode, latin1, charset_filter, ctx

Re: Ideas for Smart Filtering

2004-08-01 Thread Nick Kew
need that level of flexibility. I haven't figured out how I'd implement that ... -- Nick Kew

Protocol handling review (proxy/etc)

2004-08-02 Thread Nick Kew
fall out of a general review of this. -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/docs/conf httpd-std.conf.in

2004-08-02 Thread Nick Kew
On Mon, 2 Aug 2004, [ISO-8859-15] Andr Malo wrote: Now we have your additional charsets twice... Erk! So we do. I guess the best fix is just another update to chop the duplicates? -- Nick Kew

AddDefaultCharset and Bug 23421

2004-08-02 Thread Nick Kew
/a into their HTML. Does this make sense? Or could we simply drop the AddDefaultCharset from the installation default as suggested by Duerst and others? -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/docs/conf httpd-std.conf.in

2004-08-02 Thread Nick Kew
, this is supposed to be working on Bug 23421 - see my other post. BTW2, there seems to have already been a duplicate entry for Big5 :-) -- Nick Kew

Re: AddDefaultCharset and Bug 23421

2004-08-02 Thread Nick Kew
On Mon, 2 Aug 2004, [ISO-8859-15] Andr Malo wrote: * Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Our shipping with AddDefaultCharset preconfigured is causing lots of pages to be served with a bogus charset, typically where authors rely on meta http-equiv ... and either don't know how to fix

Re: POST without Content-Length

2004-08-07 Thread Nick Kew
the admin has configured it? -- Nick Kew

Re: POST without Content-Length

2004-08-07 Thread Nick Kew
that, it begs the question of how to treat unknown HTTP/extension methods (cf DAV), and suggests perhaps RequireRequestBody should be made a configuration directive. -- Nick Kew

Re: POST without Content-Length

2004-08-07 Thread Nick Kew
the request came with C-L but an input filter invalidated it. -- Nick Kew

Re: POST without Content-Length

2004-08-07 Thread Nick Kew
body with the connection-close afterwards as 'persistent connection' MUST NOT be present. Nope. GET requests routinely have keep-alive, but don't have bodies. -- Nick Kew

Re: POST without Content-Length

2004-08-07 Thread Nick Kew
On Sun, 8 Aug 2004, [ISO-8859-15] André Malo wrote: A CGI script therefore should never trust Content-Length, but just read stdin until it meets an EOF. That is well-known to fail in CGI. A CGI must use Content-Length. -- Nick Kew

Re: POST without Content-Length

2004-08-07 Thread Nick Kew
. -- Nick Kew

Proxy Load Balancer

2004-08-17 Thread Nick Kew
. Was this necessary? (2) ISTR some discussion of generic connection pooling, but I don't see it in the code. Am I missing something, or is this still TBD? -- Nick Kew

Re: Proxy Load Balancer

2004-08-17 Thread Nick Kew
implemented using apr_reslist. /me kicks himself for not looking inside proxy_util.c :-( Thanks. -- Nick Kew

Re: mod_deflate and no-gzip

2004-08-18 Thread Nick Kew
On Wed, 18 Aug 2004, Brian Akins wrote: Shouldn't we still set Vary: Accept-Encoding if no-gzip is set? Hmmm, makes sense. +1 Should we be looking at a wholesale backport from 2.1-head? There are a number of minor bugfixes, as well as the inflate output filter. -- Nick Kew

Re: [PROPOSAL] HTTPD Website Suggestion

2004-08-22 Thread Nick Kew
Server website. Please don't do that. A URL for a tar.gz file is much friendlier on peoples inboxes. -- Nick Kew

Re: AddOutputFilterByType oddness

2004-08-24 Thread Nick Kew
it clear what's happening there. -- Nick Kew

Re: AddOutputFilterByType oddness

2004-08-24 Thread Nick Kew
On Tue, 24 Aug 2004, Nick Kew wrote: I actually have an implementation based on the discussion document and addressing the concerns people raised in the thread. I hope to find time to finish the accompanying documentation and post it here round about this coming weekend. OK, since you seem

Smart filtering Module

2004-08-28 Thread Nick Kew
variable with mod_rewrite and dispatching on an env= variable (example: insert DEFLATE depending on both Accept-Encoding request header and Content-Type response header. mod_rewrite can't do that because it runs too early to be sure to have the response headers). -- Nick Kew?xml version=1.0

Re: Smart filtering Module

2004-08-28 Thread Nick Kew
On Sat, 28 Aug 2004, Graham Leggett wrote: Nick Kew wrote: I posted my proposed smart filter module a few days ago, in response a post here identifying a situation where it is relevant. Ideally there should be one way of loading modules, not two - if it is practical to fix

Bug 18388: cookies

2004-08-29 Thread Nick Kew
to suppress it. The patch is a one-liner. Unless anyone can come up with a reason why it might open a security hole, I'll apply it. -- Nick Kew

Re: Bug 18388: cookies

2004-08-29 Thread Nick Kew
for proprietary extensions (which HTTP explicitly permits) becomes to allow them in a 304. -- Nick Kew

Re: FYI: bug statistics httpd-1.3/httpd-2.0

2004-08-29 Thread Nick Kew
for someone else to fix it), and crucially also taking responsibility for closing bugs with INVALID, WONTFIX or WORKSFORME where no satisfactory resolution is/seems feasible. -- Nick Kew

Smart filtering and mod_filter

2004-08-31 Thread Nick Kew
, including test-driving with existing filter modules, and will make it easier to coordinate the API updates in util_filter. Is this something that wants a vote? Anyone else have strong feelings for or against putting mod_filter under CVS? -- Nick Kew

Re: Bug 18388: cookies

2004-08-31 Thread Nick Kew
it, we should have a reason that addresses Doug's and Ryan's arguments on the record. -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/server util.c

2004-09-01 Thread Nick Kew
On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Jeff Trawick wrote: I can't see how this ever worked before :( Any comments from the crowd? FWIW, I fised that one in the proxy context about two months ago. But I haven't looked at it in the general case. -- Nick Kew

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/server util.c

2004-09-01 Thread Nick Kew
On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Jeff Trawick wrote: On Wed, 1 Sep 2004 20:36:07 +0100 (BST), Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FWIW, I fised that one in the proxy context about two months ago. But I haven't looked at it in the general case. was that this change entry? *) mod_proxy: multiple

Re: a simple question

2004-09-02 Thread Nick Kew
to look at the source. -- Nick Kew

Re: Time for 2.0.51 and 2.1.0

2004-09-02 Thread Nick Kew
the new code in a stable harness. -- Nick Kew

Re: Removing the Experimental MPMs in 2.2?

2004-09-03 Thread Nick Kew
timescale: what should their status be? I wouldn't suggest removing them, but perhaps we could flash up a prominent WARNING when you configure/build them? -- Nick Kew

Re: HTTP proxy working for folks on 2.1-dev?

2004-09-09 Thread Nick Kew
. -- Nick Kew

ap_log_perror behaviour and LogLevel?

2004-09-10 Thread Nick Kew
or info. -- Nick Kew

Re: Smart filtering Module

2004-09-10 Thread Nick Kew
with util_filter (protocol should be configured in ap_ calls rather than httpd.conf), and to investigate whether it can be harnessed to fix architectural bugs like PR#17629. -- Nick Kew

Re: Smart filtering Module

2004-09-11 Thread Nick Kew
with #if APR_HAS_MMAP or is MMAP 'manatory'? Thanks for the feedback. Yes of course, I've just patched that (and grepped apr_buckets.h for any other APR_HAS_* that might bite on some other platform). The whole function it's in exists purely to support reporting bucket types for the FilterDebug option. -- Nick

Re: Smart filtering Module

2004-09-11 Thread Nick Kew
first floated the concept, less when I posted a first- pass implementation, and only yours on introducing it to CVS. Maybe what it needs now is an updated roadmap to stimulate discussion? As for a hooked-in build file, I have yet to RTFM for what that involves. -- Nick Kew

Re: Bundling APR in 2.2

2004-09-16 Thread Nick Kew
binary-compatibility (ABI) is sufficient for that, innit? -- Nick Kew

Re: Shorten the default config and the distribution (was: IfModule in the Default Config)

2004-09-19 Thread Nick Kew
be included in the httpd.conf). The more translations we add, the less applicable is it to include the whole doc tree. Hmmm, does that risk generating a higher volume of dumb-newbie questions in all the public fora? And perhaps also apache-is-hard articles in the press? -- Nick Kew

Re: AddOutputFilterByType oddness

2004-09-22 Thread Nick Kew
in no hurry to do that. What I can also do is re-implement all the outputfilter directives within mod_filter and its updated framework. -- Nick Kew

Reviewing the Filtering API

2004-09-22 Thread Nick Kew
, including but not limited to fixing the problems identified above? -- Nick Kew

Re: AddOutputFilterByType oddness

2004-09-22 Thread Nick Kew
On Wed, 22 Sep 2004, Justin Erenkrantz wrote: --On Wednesday, September 22, 2004 5:01 PM +0100 Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've said it before and I'll say it again: AddOutputFilterByType is fundamentally unsatisfactory. This confusion is an effect, not cause. Suffice to say, I

Re: AddOutputFilterByType oddness

2004-09-23 Thread Nick Kew
On Wed, 22 Sep 2004, Justin Erenkrantz wrote: --On Wednesday, September 22, 2004 6:17 PM +0100 Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It seems to me heavily counterintuitive that mixing ByType directives with anything else means that the ByType filters *always* come last. And that Remove

Re: Bug 17629: SSI, CGI, and mod_deflate

2004-10-11 Thread Nick Kew
would fall straight out of his Capturing a Subrequest. But it seems we're all stuck on partial insights. I'm provisionally +1 on Paul's proposed fix, but I wonder if it should be conditional on ap_is_initial_req, to leave untouched the 'normal' CGI case. -- Nick Kew

Re: [RFC] Patch for mod_log_config to allow conditioning on status code

2004-10-15 Thread Nick Kew
anything. Ask yourself: is your code sufficiently different to anything we already have to merit releasing separately as a third-party module? If yes, then do that. If no, then it's probably appropriate to offer a patch. My guess would be no. -- Nick Kew

Re: [RFC] Patch for mod_log_config to allow conditioning on status code

2004-10-16 Thread Nick Kew
that. People who want it can help themselves, without compromising stability. -- Nick Kew

Re:[Bug 31759] - default handler returns output filter apr_status_t value

2006-09-12 Thread Nick Kew
. -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r442758 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk/modules/generators: mod_cgi.c mod_cgid.c

2006-09-13 Thread Nick Kew
about housekeeping and what ends up in the logs. Do we want to log a successful POST or PUT when it wasn't? -- Nick Kew

Re: svn commit: r442758 - in /httpd/httpd/trunk/modules/generators: mod_cgi.c mod_cgid.c

2006-09-13 Thread Nick Kew
On Wednesday 13 September 2006 22:31, Jeff Trawick wrote: On 9/13/06, Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 13 September 2006 20:33, Ruediger Pluem wrote: Wouldn't it make sense to return OK even if rv != APR_SUCCESS in the case that c-aborted is set, just like in the default

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