Re: Possible serious bug in mod_fastcgi-2.4.6-AP22.dll
It's my bread and butter at the moment -- with some credit card apps
that interface with truckstops, casinos, and credit-companies - so
I could step up to help with maintenance.
On Apr 12, 2011, at 7:36 AM, David Birnbaum wrote:
> It's not so much that mod_fastcgi isn't supported, just that it's
> been pretty stable. There are a few people paying attention who
> will try to roll up a patch now and then. The original supporters
> of the code, alas, haven't been writing web apps for a number of
> years, so we don't have a good way to test changes.
> My suggestion is to post your diff and encourage some people who
> might be affected to try it out, and we'll make sure it's listed
> for the next "official" patch, which has basically been about once
> a year or so just to roll up user contributions that go by.
> Also, if anyone out there feels sufficiently up to the task to
> support the mod_fastcgi code base, by all means, get in touch.
> On 4/12/11 5:59 AM, Richard Mansfield wrote:
>> The lack of support for external servers, in practice, seems to be a
>> huge hole in the feature set. A large benefit of FCGI is in being
>> to easily connect custom non-web applications to a webserver for eg.
>> providing data for existing web applications.
>> Zev, have you been able to trace through the server code and figure
>> out what is happening? I looked through fcgi_protocol_dequeue at
>> http://www.fastcgi.com/cvs/mod_fastcgi/fcgi_protocol.c and it looks
>> correct to me. Perhaps with more information a fix could still be
>> On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 5:49 AM, Darren
>> Garvey<lists.drrngrvy@...> wrote:
>>> Hi Zev,
>>> On 12 April 2011 09:47, Zev Toledano<fcgi@...> wrote:
>>>> OK I did my part. I guess this project isn't as alive as I
>>> AFAICT, mod_fastcgi hasn't had anyone maintaining it for quite
>>> some time.
>>> However, mod_fcgid is now part of Apache so you may consider
>>> "upgrading" to
>>> that module if you prefer to use maintained code.
>>> Be aware though that mod_fcgid doesn't support external servers
>>> and possibly
>>> a couple of other features of mod_fastcgi.
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