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From: Eric Jacquot (eric.jacquotflejay.net)
Date: Sat Sep 25 2010 - 16:59:35 CDT
Le 23 sept. 2010 ` 08:57, "Sebastian Reitenbach"
<sebastial00-bugdead-prods.de> a icrit :
On Wednesday 22 September 2010
11:19:28 pm Landry Breuil wrote:
On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 05:20:04PM +0200,
Sebastian Reitenbach wrote:
Alexander Hall wrote:
I don't have any actual
interest in the change myself, nor the time to
test it, but now at least the
diff has the fixes I expected to see
regarding my prior concerns.
else who would test or comment on this one?
Tested so far by me: telnetting
to apache, and see what comes back, so
the old headers still seem to work for
me. Tested the new RequestHeader
directive in conjunction with mod_proxy
configured as reverse proxy.
Have seen with tcpdump that the headers were
sent to the application
I've read the diff and i see nothing wrong
with it. I suppose you tried
all set/append/add/unset actions ?
yes, all four work for me as documented, for all three header
Can someone more confident in userland doublecheck and okay it
I don't testcthis patch but the only thing I know is
thay I need these rewrite requestheaders to make our base apache works with
OpenERP web interface that I work on and test for a while and currently in
production with python 2.5...
Since python-2.6 the new default, I need more
work and test and I will propose it when all goods ...
But I don't want to
others than my OpenBSD base system to provide this...