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From Graham Dumpleton <grah...@dscpl.com.au>
Subject Re: My plans for mod_python changes (260206).
Date Fri, 03 Mar 2006 11:06:08 GMT

On 03/03/2006, at 1:55 PM, Jim Gallacher wrote:

>> Does this sound helpful, or does everyone just trust that I am not  
>> going
>> to screw things up? :-)
> Hopefully people are reviewing the changes on the python-cvs

I haven't been committing in anything yet, I presume you mean JIRA.

Anyway, so far I've taken the attitude that I'll post up proposed  
to JIRA issue for a while. If no one says anything I'll check in the  
that I believe aren't going to be too controversial. That said, I  
will commit
changes for the following over the weekend.

     req.server.get_config() table object populated wrongly.

     Setting PythonDebug to Off, doesn't override On setting in   
parent scope.

     Add req.server.get_options() for obtain PythonOption values set   
at global level.

Those were in my TODO list. Have also added the following and will
commit these as well since I don't see any drama with these.

     util.redirect() returns wrong SERVER_RETURN status value

      Allow handlers to trigger proxying of requests.

Will defer on the following for the moment, until wider consensus  
reached as to
whether new feature or change is okay.

     Allow Python code callouts with mod_include (SSI).

     Signal handler calling Py_Finalize() when child processes being   

I still haven't started on the following, but will do so over the  

     HandlerDispatch doesn't treat OK/DECLINED result properly for   
all phases.

After that I'll work out what I'll target for the next week or so.

Overall, have made good progress this past week. Will see how long I can
keep this up for. :-)

BTW, as I commit, I will if appropriate mark them as resolved. I am  
also going
to start closing resolved issues fixed in 3.2.8 and earlier releases  
as you suggested
as think it should be done. Means the list may be inundated with  
emails though
unless there is a way to bulk update whereby it only sends one email  
for the lot.


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