Luiz Rocha | 3 Nov 06:06 2002
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[PATCH] dso.xml


  I just found a typo in the dso.xml and I corrected it, nothing more.

  Oh, and due some problems with my mail service, I would like to apologize 
with anyone gets this message twice (or more) time.

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David Shane Holden | 3 Nov 06:32 2002
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Re: [PATCH] dso.xml

Luiz Rocha wrote:
>   I just found a typo in the dso.xml and I corrected it, nothing more.
> 

Committed, Thanks Luiz.

Shane
Jan Faerber | 3 Nov 22:27 2002
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Re: [PATCH] dso.xml

sorry, I have also problems with my e-mail-program.
I sent it before without text.
I wanted to ask, why I can not open the attachment?
Jan
----- Original Message -----
From: Luiz Rocha
Sent: Sunday, November 03, 2002 6:06 AM
Subject: [PATCH] dso.xml


  I just found a typo in the dso.xml and I corrected it, nothing more.

  Oh, and due some problems with my mail service, I would like to apologize
with anyone gets this message twice (or more) time.

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Jan Faerber | 3 Nov 22:25 2002
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Re: [PATCH] dso.xml

 
----- Original Message -----
From: Luiz Rocha
Sent: Sunday, November 03, 2002 6:06 AM
Subject: [PATCH] dso.xml


  I just found a typo in the dso.xml and I corrected it, nothing more.

  Oh, and due some problems with my mail service, I would like to apologize
with anyone gets this message twice (or more) time.

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Luiz Rocha | 4 Nov 03:41 2002
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Re: [PATCH] dso.xml

> I wanted to ask, why I can not open the attachment?
> Jan

  I don't know. David Holden seemed able to.

  What client are you using? Perhaps I didn't sended it on a good 
format/encode.

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David Shane Holden | 4 Nov 04:41 2002
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Re: [PATCH] httpd-docs-2.0/manual/developer/index.html

Kevin O'Donnell wrote:
> Below is a small patch for httpd-docs-2.0/manual/developer/index.html to
> include another tutorial I have written for module developers.  Thanks
> for all the great work! I hope my $0.02 helps out.

Sorry for taking so long to get this committed ...

> 
> The Documentation Project Tutorial says to send patches as inline-text,
> but after reviewing the archives I see that most [PATCH] messages
> provide a text/plain attachement.  Has the policy changed?  Just
> wondering...
> (from http://apache-server.com/tutorials/ATdocs-project.html)

Personally, I prefer attachments because I don't need to worry about 
line wrappings.

Thanks for the tutorials.

Shane
Rich Bowen | 4 Nov 16:37 2002

Listen

IRC exchange included below:

<maria> 12:30 <mariacat> (111) Connection refused
<maria> 12:30 <icmp-echo> heh
<maria> 12:30 <mariacat> plz fix0rise :)
<maria> 12:31 <icmp-echo> i'm SSLorizing it
<maria> 12:31 <icmp-echo> apart from the apache docs are wrong
<maria> 12:31 <mariacat> i guess phil isn't going to be getting the
stuff setup
<maria> 12:31 <icmp-echo> it says add 'Listen' directives to listen on
ports in
<maria>                   *addition* to the default... it doesn't ... it
replaces the
<maria>                   default
<DrBacchus> OK
<maria> 12:31 <mariacat> if you tell me what's wrong, i can collar one
of the apache
<maria>                  documentors and get themto fix them
<maria> 12:32 <icmp-echo> # Listen: Allows you to bind Apache to
specific IP addresses
<maria>                   and/or
<maria> 12:32 <icmp-echo> # ports, in addition to the default.
<maria> 12:32 <mariacat> s/in addition to/instead of/   ?
<maria> 12:32 <icmp-echo> indeed
<DrBacchus> OK. I will try to get that fixed before the next release.
<maria> btw, yes it is an older version of apache
<maria> it's a production server, you know about keeping things stable
<DrBacchus> How much older?
* DrBacchus checks 1.3.27 ...
<maria> the one from debian woody
<DrBacchus> 1.3.9 right?
<maria> no, it's newer than that
<DrBacchus> .12?
<DrBacchus> ok, well, in .23 it still says "in addition to"
<maria> .3.26 i *think*
<maria> 1.3.26 i *think*
<DrBacchus> I mean in .27 it still says "in addition to"

So, the basic question here is whether this is supposed to say "in
addition to", and the code doesn't work, or if this is a documentation
bug, and the code is working as desired.

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johannes m. richter | 4 Nov 16:52 2002
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Re: Listen

At least my *documentation* doesn't say anything about "in addition to" 
(1.3.27 too)
Yea, the default httpd.conf does, but not the docs (/mod/core.html#listen)
johannes
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Rich Bowen | 4 Nov 17:00 2002

Re: Listen

On Mon, 4 Nov 2002, johannes m. richter wrote:

> At least my *documentation* doesn't say anything about "in addition to"
> (1.3.27 too)
> Yea, the default httpd.conf does, but not the docs (/mod/core.html#listen)
> johannes

I consider the default configuration file to be part of the docs. For
many many people, it's the only docs they ever read.

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johannes m. richter | 4 Nov 17:08 2002
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Re: Listen

At 17:00 04.11.2002, you wrote:
>On Mon, 4 Nov 2002, johannes m. richter wrote:
>
> > At least my *documentation* doesn't say anything about "in addition to"
> > (1.3.27 too)
> > Yea, the default httpd.conf does, but not the docs (/mod/core.html#listen)
> > johannes
>
>I consider the default configuration file to be part of the docs. For
>many many people, it's the only docs they ever read.

Sorry for the bad phrasing :) Perhaps "manual" would have been the better word.

I as a simple user would say this is a docs bug in the default httpd.conf. 
Firstly because the manual tells otherwise and secondly I think it makes 
for sense to _replace_ the default port.

Regards
johannes

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