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Changeset 109434 is being indexed.

initial crufty version of mod_arm4.c
create mod_arm4 repository


Thank Andre for spotting this.

Forward port <syntax> fix from 2.0.x.

Update transformation.

Fix <syntax> of MinSpareThreads.

Reported by: Kitamoto Tsuyoshi <fmv5200na8x>

Update Japanese translation based on 2.1.

All applicable sub-licenses should be part of the NOTICE provided

with apache-1.3 - correct? Made this just a bit more legible and

stripped it down to actual copyright language.

Tweak the handling of mp2 source build case in

Apache::TestConfig::httpd_config(), apparently mp2 source build

doesn't always know where httpd/apxs are, so we need to give a better

error message in this particular case.

- drop unused code

- check whether the given via prompt path is a real file (for httpd/apxs)

Test handling of interim 1xx responses.

Add alias for mod_proxy_ajp.

Test that ProxyPassReverse does rewrite Location headers.

Simple ProxyPass tests.

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Don't run the mod_deflate/304 tests until they pass.
Add generic reverse proxy worker so that module-driven reverse proxying works. It is enabled by default, but IMO it should be configurable like any other worker so we can limit the number of outgoing connections.
Update test docs to use svn
add the forgotten test


Add cookie jar tests

Contributed by: "Christopher H. Laco" <>

&foo is evil (thanks geoff)

correct the plan's need rules

Build proxy_ajp too when --enable-proxy is declared.

Add flags to apreq_value_t, planning for future charset support.

This is an ABI change, starting with

Update transformation.

Update Japanese translation.

add FCGIWrapper /usr/local/bin/php .php support

Add apreq_env_bucket_alloc() to get an allocator directly from the

environment instead of creating them from a pool. This is an

ABI change, starting with libapreq2-2.0.23.

Declare the ap_set_listen* functions with AP_DECLARE_NONSTD for Win32 support.

(I think this is what is needed for Win32, but I'm not quite sure.)