I hope this is the right place for this:
The usage of yaws:idu(Uname) in yaws_log:uid_change/1 does not match
its definition. (Yaws 1.22)
So, does anyone use the uid change feature of Yaws? Is it considered
Carsten Schultz (2:40, 33:47), FB Mathematik, FU Berlin
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On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 02:36:57AM +0200, Carsten Schultz wrote:
> I hope this is the right place for this:
> The usage of yaws:idu(Uname) in yaws_log:uid_change/1 does not match
> its definition. (Yaws 1.22)
Arggghhh, it is so boring when working code breaks. Thanks.
I've started .... to write proper regression test suites for
yaws, but ... it's a pain.
Grab the fixed code from CVS or fix it (trivial) yourself
or wait till 1.23
> So, does anyone use the uid change feature of Yaws?
To my knowledge it's not beeing used. At least I haven't heard
from anybody using it.
>Is it considered
If it works, it should be.
It's just generally sound to run chrooted and/or setuid /= 0
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