--- TODO Urgent project ---
Use _r function if they are present in system instead of plain function
in C modules, especialy _Caudium module.
localtime() -> localtime_r() : WIP (needs to be finished on getdate.y)
gmtime() -> gmtime_r() : WIP (needs to be finished on getdate.y)
--- TODO (more long term projects..)
** This one is from Roxen and might be more or less out of date. I
** opted to keep it since there are still some good ideas here. Go to
** our Sourceforge task managed at http://sourceforge.net/pm/?group_id=8825
** to view current plans and ideas. Feel free to give us more ideas of
** what should be done.
o SSL authentification
> # AUTH_TYPE "ssl"
> # CLIENT_CERT the client's certificate
> # (base64 encoded DER X.509 certificate
> # REMOTE_USER the user name to which the cert was mapped.
> and any additional directives to use with apache_SSL:
> <Limit GET>
> require valid-client_cert
o Support netmasks everywhere where ip-patterns are now
supported. Preferably using the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/mask syntax, like:
126.96.36.199/24, and 188.8.131.52/26.
o "Bookmarks" in the configuration interface (it is, of course,
possible to use _actual_ bookmarks in your browser, but then at least
Netscape insists on cacheing the page).
o The possibility for modules to add their own buttons to the
configuration interface. This code is still present in some parts of
Roxen, namely the register_module() event callback.
o <modified duration[=year|months|weeks|days|hours|seconds|auto]>
This page was last changed <modified type=string duration=auto> ago.
-> This page was last changed five hours ago
-> This page was last changed six days ago
o Use netscape Live Script and/or Java in the configuration interface
if it is supported by the browser.
o Disclaimer module. From Josh Wilmes <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Is there a way to force roxen to insert a piece of html code at the
bottom of all documents from a given directory?
I'd like to force a disclaimer link onto some of my pages.
o From: Bernhard Reiter <breiter@mathematik.Uni-Osnabrueck.DE>
Subject: Idea for Roxen configuration interface
I haven`t looked in the latest b15 configuration interface,
but i think that it is lacking
A summary list of modules and their priorities.
And maybe their calling sequence and security parameters.
A few summary lists could make the use of priority levels a lot
o Fix a better page for "Illegal configuration name". It should at least offer
o Allow multiple 'tags' with the same name