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Should probably move this to something on the docs-project website so

that someone other than me ever actually looks at it.

Start slogging through the STATUS file again
Remove SSLPKCS7CertificateFile support:

- was never documented, so very unlikely that it was ever used

- adds complexity without apparent benefit; PKCS#7 files can

be trivially converted to a file for use with SSLCertificateChainFile

(concatenated X509 CERTIFICATE chunks, openssl pkcs7 -print_certs...)

- only supports PKCS7 files with PEM encoding, i.e. relies on a

non-standardized PEM header (cf. RFC 2315 and draft-josefsson-pkix-textual)

- issues pointed out in http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/httpd-dev/200607.mbox/%3C20060723093125.GA19423@redhat.com%3E

were never fully addressed (cf. r424707 and r424735)

- has never worked in vhost context due to a cfgMergeString

call missing from modssl_ctx_cfg_merge

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More updates to the STATUS/TODO list
Done
Stuff I want to do
Stuff I want to do
MSIE Mac example is stupid
Update
update STATUS
Update
Update
Condense the LaTeX/PDF stuff into a single bullet point, referencing the

now-closed ticket.

Adding a few quick notes to the docs STATUS file. Error codes and broken

LaTeX output.

documented

Note some directives that are lacking documenation

Update heartbeat module documentation, add documentation for mod_watchdog
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The mod_socache* modules now have basic documentation.

Not sure what this note was referring to. The xslt assembles the

directives in alpha order, regardless of how they are in the xml source.

I can't find a single example of a module doc being out of alpha order.

TODO note regarding the LimitInternalRecursion error message.

Remove from documentation STATUS things that have already been done.

Done with making the 1.3 docs point to the relevant 2.2 docs.

I think I got the last of the "Allow from" and "Deny from" syntax, and

replaced it with the new access control syntax.

Note of a good place to get content for overhauling the SSL howto

document.

Note to self: Look through the docs for examples using Order, Deny,

Allow, and convert them to the new Require syntax.

Status update
Typo. Remove item that is done. Add new item. It never ends.

No, he's not in fact working on that.

Updates to reflect current status of project.