On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 4:01 PM, Steve Vinoski <vinoski@...> wrote:
> On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 9:12 AM, Christopher Faulet
> <christopher.faulet@...> wrote:
>> First of all, thanks for your work, Yaws is a very stable server that
>> scales very well. In my company, Yakaz, we decided to use it for our
>> website, as a replacement of Apache.
>> To meet all our needs, we had to patch it and after 1 year of patch
>> development, we are proud to publish our code on github:
>> Each modification was made in a separate and independent branch to make
>> integrations easier. But the master branch contains all of it. To have
>> more information on our patches, see the branches overview on the github
>> wiki page.
>> We think that some of these patches (but we hope all of them :) could be
>> merged into the official release. let me know if you need some help or
>> some details on our work.
> Hi Christopher, thanks! Looks like a lot of great work. I'll take a
> look through the branch descriptions you've provided in your github
> wiki, and let you know if I have any questions.
Hi Christopher, thanks again for this work -- Klacke and I have each
had a look and we like pretty much everything. I have one question,
though, about the branch named php_handler: can you comment on the
backwards compatibility implications of these changes? For example,
will anyone using PHP with Yaws have to change their configurations if
we adopt these changes?