Mon, 27 Sep 1999 23:06:30 +0200 (MEST)
Benjamin Smedberg writes:
> > htnet is ready for upgrading now. I think this is the bare-bone of it, and
> > it could be developed in future without causing (I hope) any troubles. I
> > think now I will concentrate myself on creating a robust test program on
> > it. I only need some directives about the signals handling (I think it's
> > the most part I should focus my attention). If you could help I could
> > the code these days ... I am dying to see the HTTP/1.1 working (finally),
> > and you?
> Is this also the area that would be extended to allow for SSL support? SSL
> may seem silly for a search engine, but I have one site in particular that
> could use it...
I think it is. Making SSL work for a search engine is far from absurd and
the SSLeavy (spelling ?) library does a great job. This could be a configure
time option (if the library is there, take advantage of it, otherwise skip).
You're not finished with it Gabriele :-)
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