Ryan Bloom continues his exploration of filtered I/O by passing along a simple filter to add a header and/or footer to every page that the server sends.
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One of the holy grails of the Apache developers has always been filtered or layered I/O, the ability for one module to modify the data that was generated by an earlier module.
New in the Apache space: the Perchild MPM, which specifies User and Group IDs for clusters of child process. Ryan Bloom explains how this will make your life simpler.
It's time to get ready for the upcoming Apache 2.0 by taking a sneak peak at the current alpha release. In this article, Ryan Bloom tells you how to build, install, and setup Apache 2.0 in its present pre-release form, while also pointing out what things are bound to change in the final version.
Development continues to roll along on Apache 2.0. In his latest column, Ryan Bloom details what's new in the recently released Apache 2.0 Alpha 4.
Apache 2.0 has already been through three alpha releases. In this preview, Ryan Bloom of the Apache Group previews Apache 2.0 and explains why it will make life easier for every Webmaster on the Internet.