2.0 -> 2.2
sheepkiller at cultdeadsheep.org
Sun Sep 5 02:14:27 PDT 2004
On Sun, 05 Sep 2004 00:02:29 -0600
Paul Querna <chip at force-elite.com> wrote:
> I don't believe any plans are 100% set in stone yet, but many of the
> committers(including me) from Apache would like to make a new stable
> 2.2 branch this fall. (Likely during ApacheCon, November 13-17).
> This release has lots of cool new features (And, I don't want to write
> a summary document right now...), but my main question is for the
> FreeBSD Ports, will you shift the main Apache2 port to the 2.2 branch,
> or will you create a separate httpd-2.2 port?
> I don't want to even imply switching over on the 2.2.0 release day,
> but what is the general plan for FreeBSD?
Here's my plan:
- After the freeze I'll commit apache21 port (repocopied ~10 monthes
ago) to make some test on modules building, etc.
- Makefile.modules.3rd will be renamed to bsd.apache.mk
- all modules will be renamed in pkg-src way. i.e.
ap-<module_name> for 1.3 modules
ap2-<module_name> for 2.0.x
- Introduce support for 2.X > 2.0.x in bsd.apache.mk
As mat said, apache2 will be repocopied to apache20 when bsd.apache.mk
appears. Threaded MPM support will be discountinued for 4.x with
apache>2.1, since libc_r sucks ;).
I'd be happy if you can provide us a short list of incompatibilities
between apache2 and apache 2.1/2.2, so I can integrate these changes in
my plan quickly.
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