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Id: 69642
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Owner: CHAMAS [...] cpan.org
Requestors: gregoa [...] debian.org
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Subject: [PATCH] Spelling fixes
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 12:20:11 +0200
To: bug-apache-asp [...] rt.cpan.org
From: gregor herrmann <gregoa [...] debian.org>
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In Debian we are currently applying the attached patch to Apache-ASP. We thought you might be interested in it, too. Description: fix some spelling mistakes Origin: vendor Author: gregor herrmann <gregoa@debian.org> Last-Update: 2011-02-13 Thanks in advance, gregor herrmann, Debian perl Group
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Subject: [PATCH] POD errors
From: fschlich [...] zedat.fu-berlin.de
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There's another patch by Gregor Herrmann in the Debian package, which fixes a bunch of POD errors (=item needs =over and =back). The third-last hunk is prone to apply wrongly once the list of changes has been amended.
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Description: fix POD errors (=item needs =over and =back) Origin: vendor Forwarded: no Author: gregor herrmann <gregoa@debian.org> Last-Update: 2012-03-07 --- a/ASP.pm +++ b/ASP.pm @@ -2334,6 +2334,8 @@ =head2 Core +=over + =item Global Global is the nerve center of an Apache::ASP application, in which @@ -2430,8 +2432,12 @@ PerlSetVar NoCache 0 +=back + =head2 State Management +=over + =item NoState default 0, if true, neither the $Application nor $Session objects will @@ -2549,8 +2555,12 @@ PerlSetVar StateSerializer Data::Dumper +=back + =head2 Sessions +=over + =item CookiePath URL root that client responds to by sending the session cookie. @@ -2643,8 +2653,12 @@ PerlSetVar SessionCount 1 +=back + =head2 Cookieless Sessions +=over + =item SessionQueryParse default 0, if true, will automatically parse the $Session @@ -2717,8 +2731,12 @@ PerlSetVar SessionQueryForce 1 +=back + =head2 Developer Environment +=over + =item UseStrict default 0, if set to 1, will compile all scripts, global.asa @@ -2819,8 +2837,12 @@ which you would do if you _really_ needed the speed. +=back + =head2 XML / XSLT +=over + =item XMLSubsMatch default not defined, set to some regexp pattern @@ -2923,6 +2945,8 @@ as of version 2.11, this config is no longer supported. +=back + =head2 Caching The output caching layer is a file dbm based output cache that runs @@ -2954,6 +2978,8 @@ This said, output caching will not work in raw CGI mode, just running under mod_perl. +=over + =item CacheDB Like StateDB, sets dbm format for caching. Since SDBM_File @@ -3028,8 +3054,12 @@ for caching output from includes with special syntax. See $Response->Include() for more info on the Response cache. +=back + =head2 Miscellaneous +=over + =item AuthServerVariables default 0. If you are using basic auth and would like @@ -3261,6 +3291,8 @@ also get this time in the Apache error log with the other system messages. +=back + =head2 Mail Administration Apache::ASP has some powerful administrative email @@ -3270,6 +3302,8 @@ it was also easy to provide the $Server->Mail(\%mail) API extension which you can read up about in the OBJECTS section. +=over + =item MailHost The mail host is the smtp server that the below Mail* config directives @@ -3333,8 +3367,12 @@ PerlSetVar MailAlertPeriod 20 +=back + =head2 File Uploads +=over + =item FileUploadMax default 0, if set will limit file uploads to this @@ -3363,6 +3401,8 @@ PerlSetVar FileUploadTemp 0 +=back + =head1 SYNTAX =head2 General @@ -5528,6 +5568,8 @@ =head2 Installation +=over + =item Examples don't work, I see the ASP script in the browser? This is most likely that Apache is not configured to execute @@ -5624,8 +5666,12 @@ of Data::Dumper and MLDBM, which are the modules used to write the state files. +=back + =head2 Sessions +=over + =item How can I use $Session to store complex data structures. Very carefully. Please read the $Session documentation in @@ -5692,8 +5738,12 @@ database connections on a per process basis, and will work for most cases. +=back + =head2 Development +=over + =item VBScript or JScript supported? Yes, but not with this Perl module. For ASP with other scripting @@ -5761,8 +5811,12 @@ are free COM ports to the UNIX world. At this time, there is no ActiveX for the UNIX world. +=back + =head2 Support and Production +=over + =item How do I get things I want done?! If you find a problem with the module, or would like a feature added, @@ -5777,6 +5831,8 @@ and MKS PScript. If you can suggest any changes to facilitate these goals, your comments are welcome. +=back + =head1 TUNING A little tuning can go a long way, and can make the difference between @@ -6058,6 +6114,8 @@ =head2 COMMUNITY +=over + =item Mailing List Archives Try the Apache::ASP mailing list archive first when working @@ -6097,6 +6155,8 @@ and perhaps most importantly to simply support others in learning the ins and outs of the software. +=back + =head2 COMMERCIAL If you would like commercial support for Apache::ASP, please @@ -6104,6 +6164,8 @@ this is not an endorsement, and if you would like your company listed here, please email asp-dev [at] chamas.com with your information. +=over + =item AlterCom We use, host and support mod_perl. We would love to be able to help @@ -6142,6 +6204,8 @@ http://www.tuxit.de +=back + =head1 SITES USING What follows is a list of public sites that are using @@ -6266,6 +6330,8 @@ For a list of sites using Apache::ASP, please see the SITES USING section. +=over + =item Red Hat =begin html @@ -6411,6 +6477,8 @@ None of this would ever be possible without Apache::ASP (I do not ever want to write ``print "<HTML>\n";'' again). +=back + =head1 RESOURCES Here are some important resources listed related to @@ -6515,6 +6583,8 @@ + = improvement - = bug fix (d) = documentations +=over + =item $VERSION = 2.62; $DATE="2011/08/16" - Fixed 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' for AJAX POSTs post @@ -8935,6 +9005,8 @@ exist. Should stop hackers, since there is no wire speed guessing cookies. +=back + =head1 LICENSE Copyright (c) 1998-2008, Josh Chamas, Chamas Enterprises Inc. --- a/lib/Apache/ASP/CGI/Table.pm +++ b/lib/Apache/ASP/CGI/Table.pm @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ =head1 NAME - Apache::ASP::CGI::Table + Apache::ASP::CGI::Table - Layer for compatibility with Apache::Table objects =head1 DESCRIPTION
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...and another two typos detected by our qa tools... --- a/ASP.pm +++ b/ASP.pm @@ -2348,7 +2348,7 @@ for easy use. Unless StateDir is configured, this directory must be some -writeable directory by the web server. $Session and $Application +writable directory by the web server. $Session and $Application object state files will be stored in this directory. If StateDir is configured, then ignore this paragraph, as it overrides the Global directory for this purpose. @@ -6380,7 +6380,7 @@ =end html -I would like to say that your ASP module rocks :-) We have practically stopped developing in anything else about half a year ago, and are now using Apache::ASP extensively. I just love Perl, and whereever we are not "forced" to use JSP, we chose ASP. It is fast, reliable, versatile, documented in a way that is the best for professionals - so thank you for writting and maintaining it! +I would like to say that your ASP module rocks :-) We have practically stopped developing in anything else about half a year ago, and are now using Apache::ASP extensively. I just love Perl, and whereever we are not "forced" to use JSP, we chose ASP. It is fast, reliable, versatile, documented in a way that is the best for professionals - so thank you for writing and maintaining it! -- Csongor Fagyal, Concept Online Ltd. as a word-diff, that would be: Unless StateDir is configured, this directory must be some [-writeable-]{+writable+} directory by the web server. and ...so thank you for [-writting-]{+writing+} and maintaining it! Florian


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