A comment - the standard ssl sockets DO now support "tonys funky http parsing" - the OTP guys added this some time back..
A question - what do you think is the likelyhood of the driver based HTTP header parsing having some expoitable bug? I'm thinking of making a specialised HTTP Proxy based on Yaws and want it to be as bomb proof as it can be..
An issue - It is still possible to find out something about the directory structure before the authentication check - you call url_type/3 before doing the auth check, but url_type/3 looks into the file system..
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Claes Wikstrom [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: 08 February 2003 13:28
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [Erlyaws-list] yaws future features.
> Folks, as you know I just released 1.0 of yaws.
> It is ready for production use.
> It better be, coz we're very close to ship a VPN
> product from Nortel based on yaws.
> I've gotten a couple of nice bugreports from you guys
> the last days and I've fixed them all. that'll be 1.something
> I've kinda lost speed now on the actual development of yaws.
> As an aside note for the records. The reason I started the Yaws
> project was that I got a request from a friend of mine to build
> a website for our floorball bandy team. I said yes and had a look
> at php, didn't like what I saw one bit and started on the
> Yaws project. This was almost exactly one year ago.
> Anyway, I just did build that floorball site now using yaws.
> I built the site and didn't have to hack yaws source once.
> I didn't have to add no extra printouts in the yaws code, nothing.
> This is a sign of maturity .. :-)
> The site allows for the players to click/unclick as well as for
> standin players to click/unclick wether they want to play or not
> so that we end up having exactly 10 players each sunday .....
> There has been a number of suggestions on future features.
> Many along the lines of templates, but I'm not entirely sure I'm
> ready for that. Neither am I ready for XML. Maybe ??
> Ideas ??
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