Apache 2.0.14 Released as Alpha Page 2
http://www.netcraft.co.uk/Survey/) found that more web servers were using Apache than any other software running on more than 60% of the Internet web servers. For more information, please check out http://www.apache.org/httpd.html Known problems with Apache 2.0.14 *) WARNING: Apache 2.0b1 is not expected to run on Windows 95, 98 or ME. The intitial production release of Apache 2.0 is expected to run on these consumer operating systems, but they cannot be recommended as production environments due to the lack of integrated security and robustness. *) The canonical paths are being overhauled. This affects especially Win32 users with this release. Due to this transitional state, file with names containing non-ASCII characters may refuse serve. This is in preparation for the next release, users will be able to serve any Unicode named files with Apache/Win32 on Windows NT/2000. *) Win32 users will see no message when Apache 2.0b1 is started as a console. While normal for unix, this differs from the behavior in Apache 1.3 on Windows. Changes with Apache 2.0.14 *) Fix content-length computation. We ONLY compute a content-length if We are not in a 1.1 request and we cannot chunk, and this is a keepalive or we already have all the data. [Ryan Bloom] *) Report unbounded containers in the config file. Previously, a typo in the directive could result in the rest of the config file being silently ignored, with undesired defaults used. [Jeff Trawick] *) Make the old_write filter use the ap_f* functions for the buffering. [Ryan Bloom] *) Move more code from the http module into the core server. This is core code, basically the default handler, the default input and output filters, and all of the core configuration directives. All of this code is required in order for the server to work, with or without HTTP. The server is closer to working without the HTTP
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