… protector work on omnios
into the obscure corners over there, making vmod.std a better copy& paste example and removing things like "panic" from the VCC.
last without checking if the filename changed. Fixes #1145 Testcase by: tobixen
Move it to a more natural home, as it is not really about libvmod_std, and give it a name that matches it's function (inspired from libtool)
We now have: VSL() -> send directly to global VSL buffer VSLb() -> send to buffered VSL VSLbt() -> send txt to buffered VSL
trust that to be the same throughout the request.
allow intelligent hacking again: Wrap lines longer than 80 char and fix inconsistent copy&paste in copyright/disclaimer text.
Yes, I should have done this five years ago...
from Redpill Linpro AS to Varnish Software AS