Apache 2.0.39 Released Page 3

Remove all special mod_ssl URIs. This also fixes the bug where redirecting (.*) will allow an SSL protected page to be viewed without SSL. [Ryan Bloom]
  • Fix the binary build install script so that the build logic created by "apxs -g" will work when the user has a binary build. [Jeff Trawick]
  • Allow instdso.sh to work with full paths to the shared module. [Justin Erenkrantz]
  • NetWare: Enabled CGI functionality and added mod_cgi as a built in module for NetWare [Brad Nicholes]
  • Changed cgi and piped log behavior to accept 65536 characters on Win32 (matching Linux) before deadlocking between outputing client stdin, slurping the output from stdout and then the stderr stream. PR 8179 [William Rowe]
  • Fixed Win32 wintty.exe support to assure the window title is valid. Elimiates possible gpfault or garbage title without the -t option. [William Rowe]
  • Rewrite mod_cgi, mod_cgid, and mod_proxy input handling to use brigades and input filters. [Justin Erenkrantz]
  • Allow ap_http_filter (HTTP_IN) to return EOS when there is no request body. [Justin Erenkrantz]
  • NetWare: Piping log entries through RotateLogs using the CustomLogs directive is finally supported now that we have the pipes and spawning functionality working. [Brad Nicholes]
  • Detect overflow when reading the hex bytes forming a chunk line. [Aaron Bannert]
  • Allow RewriteMap prg:'s to take command-line arguments. PR 8464. [James Tait ]
  • Correctly return 413 when an invalid chunk size is given on input. Also modify ap_discard_request_body to not do anything on sub-requests or when the connection will be dropped. [Justin Erenkrantz]
  • Fix the TIME_* SSL var lookups to be threadsafe. PR 9469. [Cliff Woolley]
  • Ensure that apr_brigade_write() flushes in all of the cases that it should to avoid conditions in some modules that could cause large amounts of data to be buffered. [Cliff Woolley]
  • Fix problem where mod_cache/mod_disk_cache was incorrectly stripping the content_type from cached responses. [Bill Stoddard]
  • apachectl passes through any httpd options. Note: apachectl should be used in preference to httpd since it ensures that any appropriate environment variables have been set up. [Jeff Trawick]
  • Fix the combination of mod_cgid, mod_setuexec, and mod_userdir. PR 7810 [Colm MacCarthaigh ]
  • Fix suexec execution of CGI scripts from mod_include. PR 7791, 8291 [Colm MacCarthaigh ]
  • Fix segfaults at startup on some platforms when mod_auth_digest, mod_suexec, or mod_ssl were used as DSO's due to the way they were tracking the current init phase since DSO's get completely unloaded and reloaded between phases. PR 9413. [Tsuyoshi Sasamoto , Brad Nicholes]
  • Fix mod_include's handling of regular expressions in "
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