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added example line to ease spotting of the creation of unnamed mutexes

make debug output more compact (shorten long arguments, remove line-breaks)

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whitespace changes in *init files

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add one more sample combination of traced commands

extend lost of frequently used Tcl cmds for tracing

Add ability to trace commands with full context (using ad_log instead of ns_log)

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merged changes from the oacs-5-9 branch and resolved conflicts

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Provide more infrastructure support for host-node-maps for more flexible domain handling

- add optional -cookie_domain parameter to the following functions

ad_user_login

ad_user_logout

sec_generate_session_id_cookie

auth::issue_login (wrapper for ad_user_login)

if not specified, the functions are full backward compatible

- add optional parameter -host_node_id to auth::authenticate

which refers to the node_id in the host-node-map

- pass host_node_id from from/to register pages

TODO:

1) probably, sec_generate_session_id_cookie picks up the wrong

session_id via [ad_conn session_id]

2) check interaction with CookieDomain (probably, we need

must not pass host_node_id wheren CookieDomain is non-empty)

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Fix spelling errors

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- fix typo in parameter name TclTraceLogSeverities

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- add stub for tracing some more commands and improve documentation

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- add editor hints to keep spaces/tabs in the furture more consistent

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- add tcltrace procs, deactivated by default, can be activated via package parameter "TclTraceLogServerities" and "TclTraceSaveNsReturn" of acs-tcl "Tcl Library". This additions allows to add actions, whenever "ns_log" or "ns_return" are called.

The trace for "ns_log" adds the selected log entries to be reported via the developer support.

The trace for "ns_return" captures the output of the server returned via "ns_return" in files, which are useful for HTML validation (e.g. via the W3C validator)

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