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     add the capability to specify flags (NOTEST_CFLAGS and
     NOTEST_LDFLAGS) which are used to compile Apache, but
     not used during the configuration process. Useful for
     flags like "-Werror". [Jim Jagielski]

  *) Stop using environment variables to force debug mode or
     no detach.  We now use the -D command line argument to
     specify the correct mode.  -DONE_PROCESS and -DNO_DETACH.
     [Greg Stein, Ryan Bloom]

  *) Change handlers to use hooks. [Ben Laurie]

  *) Stop returning copies of filenames from both apr_file_t and
     apr_dir_t.  We pstrdup the filenames that we store in the
     actual structures, so we don't need to pstrdup the strings again.
     [Ryan Bloom]

  *) mod_cgi: Fix some problems where the wrong error value was being
     traced.  [Jeff Trawick]

  *) EBCDIC: Fix some missing ASCII conversion on some protocol data.
     [Jeff Trawick]

  *) Add generic hooks. [Ben Laurie]

  *) Use a real pool to dup the error log descriptor.  [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Fix a segfault caused by mod_ext_filter when the external filter
     program does not exist. [Jeff Trawick]

  *) Fix an output truncation error when on an HTTP >= 1.0 request an
     object of size between DEFAULT_BUCKET_SIZE and AP_MIN_BYTES_TO_WRITE
     was served through mod_charset_lite (or anything else that would
     create a transient bucket in this size range).  ap_bucket_make_heap()
     silently failed (fixed), transient_setaside() discovered it, but
     ap_save_brigade() ignored it (fixed). [Jeff Trawick]

  *) Ignore rn or n when using PEEK mode for input filters.  The problem
     is that some browsers send extra lines at the end of POST requests, and
     we don't want to delay sending data back to the user just because the
     browser isn't well behaved. [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Get SuEXEC working again.  We can't send absolute paths to suExec
     because it refuses to execute those programs.  SuEXEC also wasn't

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