fred at redhotpenguin
Mar 29, 2012, 8:16 PM
> I was considering forking the module and fixing bugs like these, but I
> am not quite sure how much sense that makes given the fact that NTLM is
> deprecated technology.
If you're considering forking it, it may not be deprecated.
I'd suggest trying to release a module to CPAN that resolves your specific issue, but has a slightly different namespace than Apache2::NTLM. Make it clear what your module does that Apache2::NTLM does not. Maybe Apache2::NTLM::OTRS.
If the bug you are running is a blocker for a lot of NTLM users, you should see an increase in the use of your module. This is a very healthy software development process, one that I think GitHub is really doing a great job of executing on.
On Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 11:18 PM, Michiel Beijen wrote:
> IP schreef op 2012-03-27 16:03:
> > I've successfuly managed to make AuthenNTLM work with my PHP script,
> > but the for some reason the Apache error log is now flooded with
> > messages like:
> > [error] Bad/Missing NTLM/Basic Authorization Header for
> > /....somefile.php
> This is actually reported as a (very old) bug in the RT queue for the