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--- Comment #8 from Jeroen van Meeuwen <kanarip(a)kanarip.com> 2008-11-10 18:50:25
(In reply to comment #7)
(In reply to comment #2)
Unfortunately, there seems to be no easy way to fix Problem 2 (Problem 1 is
easy enough to fix by the rubygem-passenger upstream). All releases of the
mod_scgi code are under the CNRI license (although, changes made after 1.10 are
under MIT). Some methods of fixing this issue would be:
1. Removing all of the copied code from mod_scgi 1.09, then replacing it either
with clean-room written code (aka, code written by someone who has never looked
at mod_scgi) or restructuring the rubygem-passenger code so that it is not
2. Getting permission from CNRI to use that code under different (GPLv2
compatible) terms. They seem to use MIT for changes to that codebase these
days, perhaps they would give permission for the copied code to be used under
However, until this issue is resolved, this one can't go any farther, sorry.
Would another solution be to use mod_scgi >= 1.10?
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