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Re: Specific regressions to promptly address for 2.4.35?

On Tue, Aug 7, 2018, 10:55 Jim Jagielski <jim@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Aug 7, 2018, at 11:21 AM, William A Rowe Jr <wrowe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Specific regressions as requested by Jim, posted on users@ and dev@
which are showstoppers to upgrading for some;

- Non-HTTP responses from mod_ratelimit with delayed content (cgi, proxy)
  * Breaking regression for module users (from sporadic to consistent)
  * Fixed by elukey and ylavic

- SSLOCSP directives breakage
  * Broke some configs due to inheritance - fixed by Jeff & Frank

- proxy_balancer apr_escape.h dependence on APR 1.5
  * Fixed by Joe to allow APR 1.4 legacy linkage

- lbmethod linkage
  * Fatal on Win32, load ordering issue on some linux configs
  * Patch does not appear yet on 2.4.x branch?

commit URLs please....

You didn't seriously expect me to rise to that bait? No, I wasn't planning to bring you a rock, especially if you planted one or more fix backports yourself. We have access to the same lists, trackers and svn history. 

This is a query I'm especially fond of, although not all are categorized to land here... 


It would be very helpful if everyone observing regressions ensured they land in such a query.