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Commits on Jan 16, 2000
  1. This commit was manufactured by cvs2svn to create tag

    No Author committed Jan 16, 2000
    'APACHE_1_3_10'.
    
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  2. At least add a pointer to Andrew Ford's cronolog utility, now that it's

    Martin Kraemer committed Jan 16, 2000
    under the Ap.License
    
    
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  3. Move threads/reentrancy m4 macros into threads.m4. All results are now

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 16, 2000
    cached and can be made easily available to Apache and APR.
    
    
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  4. Rewrite pthreads check to be more tool-independent, and propagate flags

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 16, 2000
    to APR.
    
    
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  5. Remove config.cache, if configure is rebuilt

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 16, 2000
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  6. Remove dependency on automake's aclocal. We continue to use acinclude…

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 16, 2000
    ….m4,
    
    because aclocal.m4 needs to contain libtool's m4 macros.
    
    
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Commits on Jan 15, 2000
  1. Missed this file! So here it is...

    David Reid committed Jan 15, 2000
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  2. The remaining files for the new documentation.

    David Reid committed Jan 15, 2000
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  3. Another file for the documentation.

    David Reid committed Jan 15, 2000
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  4. This attempts to make more sense of the documentation along the lines…

    David Reid committed Jan 15, 2000
    … of my
    
    suggestion about a week ago.  Now when I figure out how to move files...
    
    
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  5. We're building Apache, not PHP.

    Ben Laurie committed Jan 15, 2000
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Commits on Jan 13, 2000
  1. Fix OS/390 binbuild break

    Bill Stoddard committed Jan 13, 2000
    Submitted by:	Greg Ames
    
    
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Commits on Jan 12, 2000
  1. gcc on AIX takes -mthreads. I wonder what they smoked during creating

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 12, 2000
    all those wonderful flags.
    
    
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  2. Fix some remaining problems with SSI's and Windows. Basically, the

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 12, 2000
    sendfile stuff doesn't work properly with chuncked data.
    Submitted by:	Allan Edwards
    Reviewed by:	Ryan Bloom
    
    
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  3. `-follow' is a GNU extension, remove it.

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 12, 2000
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  4. Revert the scoreboard change because Jim doesn't like it.

    fanf2 committed Jan 12, 2000
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  5. Be more explicit about the performance of UseCanonicalName DNS

    fanf2 committed Jan 12, 2000
    after the scoreboard change.
    
    
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Commits on Jan 11, 2000
  1. Make OS selection work for non-UNIX cases

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 11, 2000
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  2. These changes are committed together, because they depend on each other.

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 11, 2000
        -   shared modules can be built in the tree
        -   added support for --with-layout, uses APACI's config.layout
        -   working 'make install'
        -   working 'make depend'
        -   working Pthreads checks
        -   buildconf replaced
    
    
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  3. Update .cvsignore files

    Sascha Schumann committed Jan 11, 2000
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Commits on Jan 10, 2000
  1. Rework ap_finfo_t to split the file type out of the protection field.

    Brian Havard committed Jan 10, 2000
    I've taken a stab at the unix implementation but tested only on OS/2.
    
    
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Commits on Jan 9, 2000
  1. time overhaul:

    dgaudet committed Jan 9, 2000
    - ap_time_t is a 64-bit scalar, microseconds since epoch
    - ap_exploded_time_t corresponds to struct tm with a few extras
    
    probably broken on anything except linux.
    
    
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Commits on Jan 8, 2000
  1. add missing compatiblity info

    Lars Eilebrecht committed Jan 8, 2000
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  2. Make our nitpicking and complaining guys happy:

    Ralf S. Engelschall committed Jan 8, 2000
    Added the mod_rewrite `URL Rewriting Guide' to the online documentation
    (htdocs/manual/misc/rewriteguide.html). This paper provides a large
    collection of practical solutions to URL based problems a webmaster is
    often confronted with.
    
    This version of the text was translated from my WML source on my website
    and my old official version is now discarded. So, as it was requested,
    this can be treated as an official donation of this text to the ASF.
    This way the ASF is now the official owner of this text.
    
                                   - - -
    
    <IRONIC>
    Be happy and give Ken and Jim the credit for achieving this by being
    such sensitive and friendly to other developers like me and always
    reminding us that it is such contemptuous to implicitly promote ones
    name by writing free software and contributing to projects like Apache.
    Sorry that I have forgotten to donate this piece of text to the ASF in
    the past and instead added such a contemptible hyperlink directing to a
    page on www.engelschall.com. I hope this is now fixed and the closed and
    holy ASF world is rescued again.
    </IRONIC>
    
    <PERSONAL>
    I think, I don't have to say that I'm more than angry and disappointed
    how developers like me are constantly bashed in the ASF... we can go for
    it also in the future, but we should stop looking astonished all the
    time if we find out that too less people contribute to the ASF and old
    developers like me no longer have a warm feeling here, please. It's our
    own fault in thinking that contributions are for free and anonymous just
    because our project is a group effort.
    
    IMHO we already have forgotten the golden rule of Open Source
    development: if one wants happy and long-term contributing developers
    one especially has to make sure they receive the requested credit.
    There is an upper limit a project can accept to give, of course. But
    credit always has to depend on the amount, quality _and_ duration of
    contribution and IMHO cannot be judged by stating that just all people
    are equal and so some contributors can be bashed for the fact that their
    name occurs more often.
    
    It is correct that my name occurs more often caused by the fact that I
    always try to bring in my stuff to the project. But keep in mind that
    this is because I _HAVE_ stuff to bring in which I've created _OUTSIDE_
    the project. So I think its unfair to bash me just because I try harder
    to bring in my additional stuff. If a developer has not much externally
    created stuff, he cannot bring it in to the project, of course. But just
    because one has more externally created stuff and tries to bring it in,
    is IMHO no reason and excuse to bash him for this. It's not my fault
    that I write in my freetime more Open Source packages like most of you.
    
    So if you dislike stuff developers want to bring in, decide on the
    contribution based on fair technical arguments (pros and cons). But
    don't judge the contributions all the time just because you think this
    way you "promote" someone (be it RSE, GNU or whoever else). Hell, an
    Open Source project is not a group of people to rule their own closed
    world and be celebrated in the press for this. It's still an effort to
    create the best piece of _software_ money can't buy. So you should stop
    thinking about contributors as our enemy. They are the main driving
    force of every project, although some people seem to not understand
    this at all. And whatever you think about my personal opinion, but
    IMHO it's not bad for a project if someone's name is "promoted" with
    it, too. What is actually bad are those complains and discussions
    which make developers angry and the fact that they result in even less
    contributions.
    </PERSONAL>
    
    
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Commits on Jan 7, 2000
  1. Move some modules over to using ap_time_t instead of struct tm.

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 7, 2000
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  2. it's -> its

    Martin Kraemer committed Jan 7, 2000
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  3. Fix the rest of the modules to work with the new APR stat structure.

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 7, 2000
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  4. Fix mod_rewrite to work with the new APR stat structure.

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 7, 2000
    Submitted by:  Paul Reder
    Reviewed by:	Ryan Bloom
    
    
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Commits on Jan 6, 2000
  1. Next pass at the time functions. This defines an ap_ansi_time_t which…

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 6, 2000
    … has
    
    a specific format (seconds since 0:00:00 Jan 1, 1970).  I also renamed the
    (get|set)_curtime functions to (get|set)ansitime.  This should make more
    sense, and be a bit more intuitive.
    
    
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  2. Fix a minor bug that would cause us to return FORBIDDEN for all reque…

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 6, 2000
    …sts.
    
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  3. Separate the stat structure from the file structure and use ap_stat and

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 6, 2000
    ap_getfileinfo in apache.
    
    
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Commits on Jan 4, 2000
  1. Initialize all ap_file_t's to NULL. This allows ap_open and ap_stat to

    Ryan Bloom committed Jan 4, 2000
    work together without causing memory leaks.
    
    
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Commits on Dec 31, 1999
  1. Try and address concerns about the use of the name.

    brian committed Dec 31, 1999
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  2. A few more tweaks to finish the modules work. Now, all of the modules

    Ryan Bloom committed Dec 31, 1999
    compile correctly with Apache 2.0. This does run, but it hasn't been tested
    any more than simply compiling and running the server.
    
    
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  3. Make mod_unique_id compile again with Apache 2.0.

    Ryan Bloom committed Dec 31, 1999
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