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Make sure connection channel is available (e.g. not detached) before returning content, as more recent Naviserver versions would return an error

Fix proc 'before-ns_log' (ns_log can be invoked with multiple args)

Fix proc 'before-ns_log' (ns_log can be invoked with multiple args)

improve code documentation and honor existing settings

add missing ad_script_abort

whitespace changes

improve spelling

use same idioms for checking for exising commands

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    /openacs-4/packages/xowf/tcl/xowf-procs.tcl
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    /openacs-4/packages/xowiki/tcl/xowiki-procs.tcl
let actions to use ad_script_abort to avoid saving of the attributes

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    /openacs-4/packages/xowf/tcl/xowf-procs.tcl
Fix missing XML trailing slash

Cleanup trailing whitespace

prefer ::acs::icanuse over local tests

new feature: 00-canisue-procs: generalization for feature testing in OpenACS installations

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    /openacs-4/packages/acs-tcl/acs-tcl.info
file 00-canisue-procs.tcl was initially added on branch oacs-5-10.

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    /openacs-4/packages/acs-tcl/tcl/00-canisue-procs.tcl
improve spelling

use always acs::permission_cache eval instead of code before acs-cache-procs.tcl

fix for issue #3406: honor PermissionCacheTimeout

Fix typo in message key

Fix typo in message key

Return if NOT connected...

Make sure files exist

No need to rollback as we don't touch the db

Add an extra use case when UTF-8 encoding is stated explicitly

Expand the test about util::http and json

Basic tests for util::http:: JSON encoding behavior

file http-client-procs.tcl was initially added on branch oacs-5-10.

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update default value of ip address for each instance individually

Fix ad_generate_random_string

improve interaction between OpenACS default rules with bootstrap rules

use proper bootstrap botton CSS classes