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Changeset 1875543 is being indexed.

Merge r1875540 from trunk:

Better define conditions for skipping tests on 2.4.x or non-2.4.x.

Use YAML anchors and references to avoid copy&pasting, hopefully

the syntax remains reasonably readable.

Better define conditions for skipping tests on 2.4.x or non-2.4.x.

Use YAML anchors and references to avoid copy&pasting, hopefully

the syntax remains reasonably readable.

silence an "uninitialized value" warning

bz 63307

propose mod_ssl fix [skip ci]
fr doc rebuild.

fr doc xml file update.

fr doc rebuild.

fr doc xml file update.

committed

[skip ci]

Merge r1875429 from trunk:

fix apxs for non-destdir builds

subtr(...,0, -1) chops off a character and leaves relative path.

(you will need to re-run configure)

Reviewed By: +1: covener, gbechis, rpluem

Merge r1875471, r1875472 from trunk:

Fix Travis trunk/master confusion, and make the i386 build

trunk-only, it has not been adjusted to find PCRE "v1" i386 packages.

Fix the travis syntax (should have done it in a PR...).

Fix the travis syntax (should have done it in a PR...).

Fix Travis trunk/master confusion, and make the i386 build

trunk-only, it has not been adjusted to find PCRE "v1" i386 packages.

Merge r1875469 from trunk:

Test exclsion doesn't work since "tag !~" matches when tag is undefined.

Exclude tests from 2.4.x by explicitly matching against master. Will

have to revisit this for 2.5.x.

Test exclsion doesn't work since "tag !~" matches when tag is undefined.

Exclude tests from 2.4.x by explicitly matching against master. Will

have to revisit this for 2.5.x.

Merge r1875467 from trunk:

Match Travis jobs for 2.4.x by tag as well as branch.

Ignore failures for s390x which is flaky in apt-get again.

Match Travis jobs for 2.4.x by tag as well as branch.

Ignore failures for s390x which is flaky in apt-get again.

Merge r1872732, r1872777, r1874128, r1874190, r1874256, r1874542, r1874716, r1874720, r1874775, r1875465 from trunk:

Non-x86 testing seems reasonably reliable; note some known failures

currently.

Add Travis job with --enable-mods-static=reallyall.

Back off a little when svn export is timing out.

Add Travis job which runs under UBSan ("Undefined Behaviour Sanitizer").

mod_http2 disabled for now until https://github.com/icing/mod_h2/pull/194

is merged.

Add gcc 9 job, enable enhanced malloc debugging for pool-debug job.

Add an i386 build using a multilib packages and "gcc -m32".

(All other Travis builds are 64-bit arches currently)

Switch to using httpd-tests git repo.

Fix travis config validation warnings.

Update docs. The expr_string.t failure has not been seen since

the workaround was added AFAICT. The async filter bug

is still breaking the tests regularly. [skip ci].

Add simple test for apxs to catch regression in r1872042.

Add simple test for apxs to catch regression in r1872042.

* Vote and promote
vote [skip ci]

add absent /modules/http2/*.o to .gitignore

gets my GH sandbox clean

add git-svn generated .gitignore

Submitted By: Renier Velazco <renier.velazco upr.edu>

Committed By: covener

Github: closes #101

propose apxs fix

[skip ci]

fix apxs for non-destdir builds

subtr(...,0, -1) chops off a character and leaves relative path.

(you will need to re-run configure)

Post 2.4.42 tag updates
Tag HEAD of 2.4.x as 2.4.42
Get ready to tag httpd 2.4.42
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Typo, Thanks Ruediger Pluem <rpluem@apache.org>

* modules/ssl/ssl_util_stapling.c (stapling_check_response) Don't send

out an OCSP response that can't be parsed.

If the crypto/ASN library can't parse a response as 'basic OCSP'

even if it leads with a OCSP successful status, then don't pass it

to the client. There is nothing to say at all it isn't just garbage.

And if other types of messages are standardized they can be added.

PR: 60182

Obtained from: https://github.com/apache/httpd/commit/e72154c75dab1cc043ea1aad36758806855efb25.diff

Submitted by: <gmoniker@gmail.com>

Reviewed by: rpluem