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[levitte - Sat Jun 25 00:05:02 2005]:

> [Georg.Zezschwitz@vodafone.com - Fri Jun 24 18:23:09 2005]:
>
> > If I compile Apache 2.0.54 with beta6 or the latest snapshot, I have

> to
> > correct the usage of PEM_F_DEF_CALLBACK to PEM_F_PEM_DEF_CALLBACK
> > (defined in pem.h).
> >
> > The naming of the constants has changed with 0.9.8 and breaks
> > compatibility with "top" applications like Apache httpd.

>
> The naming in 0.9.7 was a mistake from a naming scheme point of view.
>
> > Is this a bug or a feature? It might confuse quite some users when
> > starting to compile with 0.9.8...

>
> It is a bug correction, although cosmetic.



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