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module, although there is still more to do. [Ryan Bloom] *) Fix a number of SGI compile warnings throughout the server. Fix some bad parameters to apr_bucket_read(). Fix a bad statement in ap_method_in_list(). For the mod_rewrite cache use apr_time_t consistently; we were mixing apr_time_t and time_t in invalid ways before. In load_file(), call apr_dso_error() instead of apr_strerror() so that we get a more specific string on some platforms. PR #6980 [Jeff Trawick] *) Allow modules to query the MPM about it's execution profile. This query API can and should be extended in the future, but for now, max_daemons, and threading or forking is a very good start. [Jon Travis
] *) Modify mod_include to send blocks of data no larger than 9k. Without this, mod_include will wait until the whole file is parsed, or the first tag is found to send any data to the client. [Paul J. Reder ] *) Fix mod_info, so that and directives are not displayed twice when displaying the current configuration. [Ryan Morgan ] *) Add config directives to override DEFAULT_ERROR_MSG and DEFAULT_TIME_FORMAT. This was sent in as PR 6193. [Dan Rench ] *) Get mod_info building and loading on Win32. [William Rowe] *) Begin to move protocol independant functions out of mod_http. The goal is to have only functions that are HTTP specific in the http directory. [Ryan Bloom] Changes with Apache 2.0.13 (not released) *) Don't assume that there will always be multiple calls to the byterange filter. It is possible that we will need to do byteranges with only one call to the filter. [Ryan Morgan ] *) Move the error_bucket definition from the http module to the core server. Every protocol will need this ability, not just HTTP. [Ryan Bloom]
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