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mod_backhand fixed! [Feb. 22nd, 2001|06:08 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
Hooray! Theo (the mod_backhand maintainer) fixed the bug that was breaking our logins:
Confirmed and fixed in CVS. It is exactly what you suspected. I misused of the Apache table API. I assumed that the headers would be premerged (coming from the other Apache sever). This isn't always true, as you have seen.

On or around line 657 in mod_backhand.c, change AP_OVERLAP_TABLES_SET to AP_OVERLAP_TABLES_MERGE.

This will fix your problem. It will be rolled into the next release.

Thanks for the bug report!

--
Theo Schlossnagle
Yay! Time to CVS update!
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[User Picture]From: solace
2001-02-22 06:11 pm (UTC)
woop woop!

gotta like maintainers who update as problems arise, and don't just wait for a huge batch of fixes :)

and i just had to say, Theo Schlossnagle is a kickass name. you can spell The Schlong
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From: sheehan
2001-02-22 10:02 pm (UTC)

in german...

weird, i had babelfish translate it for me... my initial thought was that "schloss" was castle, and "nagle" some word i didn't know...

well, "schloss" is castle, but also "closed" i guess...

babelfish translated "schlossnagle" as "close-nail"...

--scott
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[User Picture]From: 100thoughts
2001-02-23 05:02 am (UTC)

Re: in german...

As I'm from Germany lets see if I can help :)

As you said 'schloss' is castle, but also a lock. It could mean 'closed' if it were written 'verschlossen'.

'Nagle' comes from the german word 'nagel', which actually is a nail.

Seems it says 'castlenail' or 'locknail'.

-bye 100thoughts

ps: I like 'Seinfeld'. It means 'his field'.
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[User Picture]From: colin
2001-02-22 09:22 pm (UTC)

this makes me happy

no matter how many free dinners microsoft may buy you, or how many free optical mice they give out, open source is still better.

huzzah.
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