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Re: [PATCH] Add anonymous user and inverted authz rule matching.

From: Jonathan Gilbert <o2w9gs702_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: 2007-03-09 06:33:17 CET

At 04:35 PM 3/8/2007 +0100, David Anderson wrote:
>On 3/8/07, Jonathan Gilbert wrote:
>> I'm not really sure how to do that, but if I remember and have some spare
>> time, I'm sure I can figure it out :-) If you were hoping to have them
>> before doing the check-in, then it'd probably be better if you did them. If
>> it's okay for them to arrive over the week-end, then I'll put it on my TODO
>> list.
>
>This weekend would be fine. I'll ping you on sunday if I don't see anything.

Alright, I'll try not to forget :-)

>> For what it's worth, while I didn't have a Subversion unit test for these
>> changes, their initial development was done in a separate mini-project
>> which tested them before I went and integrated them into authz.c.
>
>Sure, the code looks good now. I don't actually want unit testing for
>these feature because I want to make sure they work. It's so that we
>can make sure that, six months from now, they're still working. Just a
>general increase in our future trust of the code by having our
>buildbots bless them periodically.

That makes sense to me :-)

>Nevertheless, I'll submit this patch as it now stands. Is the email
>you're posting from okay to include in the svn commit log message?

I guess so. It's obviously not the actual address I receive mail at, but
every time I put an e-mail address out there it starts collecting spam. If
worst comes to worst and I'm forced to delete the sneakemail address with
which I'm subscribed to the Subversion dev list, people can probably still
find me by searching for my name and finding posts I've done to other
mailing lists and such.

I really wish the spammers would just stop -- they're not going to get *me*
to buy anything. =/

Jonathan Gilbert

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