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[Bug 57585] httpd fails to start if there is an IncludeOptional directive to a inexistent directory


--- Comment #5 from Luca Toscano <toscano.luca@xxxxxxxxx> ---
(In reply to Alberto Murillo Silva from comment #4)
> My patch has been working for almost 3 years in clearlinux
> https://github.com/clearlinux-pkgs/httpd/blob/master/0002-do-not-crash-when-
> IncludeOptional-dir-is-not-existent.patch
> I was new at the project so I just wrote and forget about it (my bad) I
> guess is time to chase the apache developers to review and include it in
> master.
> I currently do not know how to contact them (mailing list I guess) if you
> find the way CC me :)

What are the use cases that you tested to make sure that it was working? I am
trying to understand an example that I can test and verify, not trying to
discard your work :)

You can surely contact the dev using the
https://httpd.apache.org/lists.html#http-dev mailing list, but I guess that
bugzilla is fine since some of them are reading it daily (like me :).

The patch that I proposed work even if you include a non existent file, but it
might be a big change in behavior that is not worth it.

Anyhow, thanks for the work done!


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