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- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Apache port
- From: Matthew Patton <matthew_(_dot_)_patton_(_at_)_ra_(_dot_)_pae_(_dot_)_osd_(_dot_)_mil>
- Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 11:42:43 -0400
- Cc: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
>===> apache-1.3b5 comes with OpenBSD as of release 2.3.
Well no it doesn't. v1.2.6 does. So till such time as we get 1.3.0 put into
the -current tree we probably ought to support 1.3.0 thru ports. I don't
have commit privs to the main CVS repository (probably shouldn't too). Is
there a way for me to see what we (OpenBSD) did in the way of patches to
1.2.6 before it was included in the 2.3 system release?
The reason I'm bringing the issue up is that apparently v1.2.6 has a bug
trying to do double-reverse lookups on a hostname with a '_' in the name.
Back when 1.3.b5 was a port, it didn't seem to have the problem. Can anyone
confirm or deny that they see the same slightly broken functionality in
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