On Thu, 9 Mar 2000, Jonathan & Charmane Frazier wrote:
> I am the author and there are no plans on incorporating it into the
> ports tree. I've fought the fight and lost. So because of that, I
> haven't updated it. If you all would like it updated, I am willing to
> do it, but the other Apache maintainers aren't going to allow it to be
> put into ports. I think mainly because it steps on their toes and
> make the other php3, ssl, and fp ports worthless. Maybe those of you
> who have used this port and wish to see it updated and used could send
> mail to email@example.com.
I'm working on revamping the way Apache and Apache modules are built. I'm
resigned to stepping on toes and raising a big stink. The current system
for building Apache from ports sucks hard and if the current maintainers
aren't willing to resolve the issues then they need to take a step back
and ask themselves why they are 'maintainers'.
Are you willing to maintain and test a 'mod_fp' port? I've got Apache,
mod_ssl and mod_php mostly sorted out and was going to attack mod_fp
once I managed to atain sufficient courage. If you are in a position
where you can test a 'mod_fp' port it would help me out quite a bit.
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