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Sat, 20 Apr 2013
[ 16:29:57 ohauer ] Original commit   Revision:316159
mod_perl2 www files touched by this commit Embeds a Perl interpreter in the Apache2 server
- update to 2.0.8

2.0.8 April 17, 2013

Perl 5.16.3's fix for a rehash-based DoS makes it more difficult to invoke
the workaround for the old hash collision attack, which breaks mod_perl's
t/perl/hash_attack.t. Patch from rt.cpan.org #83916 improves the fix
previously applied as revision 1455340. [Zefram]

On Perl 5.17.6 and above, hash seeding has changed, and HvREHASH has
disappeared. Patch to update mod_perl accordingly from rt.cpan.org #83921.
[Zefram]

Restore build with Perl 5.8.1, 5.8.2 etc: take care to use
$Config{useithreads} rather than $Config{usethreads}, and supply definitions
of Newx and Newxz as necessary. [Steve Hay]

On Perl 5.17.9, t/apache/read2.t fails because an "uninitialized value"
warning is generated for the buffer being autovivified. This is because
the sv_setpvn() that's meant to vivify the buffer doesn't perform set
magic; the warning is generated by the immediately following SvPV_force().
Patch to fix this from rt.cpan.org #83922. [Zefram]

Fix t/perl/hash_attack.t to work with Perl 5.14.4, 5.16.3 etc, which
contain a fix for CVE-2013-1667 (memory exhaustion with arbitrary hash
keys). This resolves rt.perl.org #116863, from where the patch was taken.
[Hugo van der Sanden]

use APR::Finfo instead of Perl's stat() in ModPerl::RegistryCooker to
generate HTTP code 404 even if the requested filename contains newlines
[Torsten]

Remove all uses of deprecated core perl symbols. [Steve Hay]

Feature safe:	yes

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