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Bug#165695: marked as done (better name for a2{dis,en}mod?)

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Package: apache2-common
Version: 2.0.43-1
Severity: wishlist

Currently, we use a2enmod and a2dismod for module enabling/disabling.
This is a debian-ism, not supported upstream (although it would be nice
if it was).  People who use apache2 on multiple platforms (as I do) are
going to find command names like a2enmod unintuitive, and hard to
remember (imho).  My suggestion is to replace 'a2' with 'apache2';
someone who forgets the command name can type "apa", hit tab a few
times, and get a list of apache-ish commands.  It also clashes with
the other binary name convention; apache2, apachectl, etc.  The '2'
seems unnecessary, as there's no similar command for apache1; however,
keeping all binaries prefixed w/ "apache2" is probably a better idea.

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All of these are wontfix, so they're now being closed.
The a2{en,dis}mod bugs are being closed by virtue of the fact that the
programs are going away RSN.

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