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mod_lisp Change Log

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See the repository for the current version. This log is outdated.

18-07-2004
Version 2.35
Moved back the LispSocket and UnsafeLispSocket variables as global variables instead of config struct variables. The struct is reset at each new request so the sockets were lost instead of reused. (Found and fixed by Edi Weitz)

02-04-2004
Version 2.34
Send the SCRIPT_FILENAME variable to Lisp when it is there.

10-10-2003
Version 2.33
Added a couple of new headers like "Log-Notice" and so on. They are named like the corresponding log levels in httpd_log.h. The "default" log level (i.e. the one sent by just "Log") has not changed. (contributed by Edi Weitz)

12-06-2003
Version 2.32
Removed duplicate URL header sent to Lisp. Moved server-id header before the user http headers for security. Do not transmit any "end" header that could be sent by an malicious user. (Thanks to Robert Macomber for the security screening

20-02-2003
Chris Beggy has written a nice tutorial on how to use apache + mod_lisp + cmucl + lml + cl-ppcre + clsql + mysql.

15-01-2003
Version 2.31
Put back the mode where the lisp process sends data without knowing its length. That data is sent back to the browser without waiting for the full request to be processed.

05-01-2003
Version 2.3
Force Apache to read all the Lisp reply before eventually closing the socket or handling another request.

21-03-2002
Version 2.2
Allow more than one Set-Cookie
Renamed the win32 dll to mod_lisp.dll

22-02-2002
Version 2.1
Added the possibility to add notes in the apache notes table
Corrected a multithreading bug in the Win32 version
Better handling of header only replies.

02-02-2002
Added a CLISP example adapted to the new CLISP releases

18-Nov-2001
Added the packaging of mod_lisp as a FreeBSD port and a Linux Debian binary.

19-09-2001
Added an OpenScheme example

30-06-2001
Added CMUCL and CLISP examples

25-06-2001
mod_lisp 2.0b2 : Pass the mod_ssl session ID as "ssl-session-id" to the Lisp process. You just need to put the following directive in your apache httpd.conf file: SSLOptions +StdEnvVars

23-06-2001
Added an ACL example and a linux mod_lisp.so binary

18-06-2001
mod_lisp 2.0b1 : Keeps the Apache -> Lisp connection socket open