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Bug#851357: Regression: No longer supports ServerName containing underscore

On Saturday, 14 January 2017 12:19:17 CET Jonathan Vollebregt wrote:
> Does this mean it's now impossible to create virtual hosts in apache for 
> domain names with underscores?
> Unless they've silently added a DomainName directive somewhere this 
> change breaks virtual hosts with internationalized domain names too 
> since as you mentioned hostnames have to be /[a-z0-9]([a-z0-9-]*[a-z0-9])?/i
> Since ServerName has historically acted as it takes a domainname I 
> imagine it would be smarter for upstream to change the docs to use the 
> word Domainname rather than change the functionality to break a few 
> million domains.

Is/was it really possible to use international non-ASCII domain names in the 
apache config? Don't you have to use the puny-code escaped variants?

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