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From Geoffrey Young <>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache-Test-1.14
Date Tue, 12 Oct 2004 12:35:06 GMT


has entered CPAN as

  file: $CPAN/authors/id/G/GE/GEOFF/Apache-Test-1.14.tar.gz
  size: 127197 bytes
   md5: d930b810b4e1b85325f3e3fd9cb93bd1

Changes since 1.13:

improve the same_interpreter framework to handle response failures
while trying to init and later find out the same interpreter. [Stas]

make sure that 'make distclean' cleans all the autogenerated files

make sure that if -maxclients option is passed on the command line,
minclients will never be bigger than that value [Stas]

add -one-process runtime argument, which will start the server
in single-server mode (httpd -X in Apache 1.X or
httpd -D ONE_PROCESS in 2.X) [Geoffrey Young]

In open_cmd, sanitize PATH instead of clearing it [Gozer]

Allow / \ and \\ path delimiters in SKIP file [Markus Wichitill

Added an apxs query cache for improved test performance [Gozer]

run_tests make target no longer invokes t/TEST -clean, making it
possible to save a few development cycles when a full cleanup is
not required between runs.  [Geoffrey Young]

Apache::TestSmoke imrovements: [Stas]
 o the command line option -iterations=N should always be respected
   (previously it was internally overriden for order!='random').
 o since IPC::Run3 broke the Ctrl-C handler, we started to loose any
   intermediate results, should the run be aborted. So for now, try to
   always store those results in the temp file:

fix 'require blib' in scripts to also call 'blib->import', required to
have an effect under perl 5.6.x. [Stas]

don't allow running an explicit 'perl Makefile.PL', when Apache-Test
is checked out into the modperl-2.0 tree, since it then decides that
it's a part of the modperl-2.0 build and will try to use modperl
httpd/apxs arguments which could be unset or wrong [Stas]

Fix skip test suite functionality in the interactive configuration
phase [Stas]

s/die/CORE::die/ after exec() to avoid warnings (and therefore
failures) when someone overrides CORE::die when using Apache-Test
[William McKee, Stas]

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