Apache 1.3.14 Released Page 2
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- The project files have been converted to work with Microsoft Visual C 6.0
- The DBM package "sdbm" is now bundled with Apache
- Windows 95 and 98 can now benefit from an emulation of the NT services, including install and uninstall options. The Apache server therefore can start when the OS loads and will not stop if the current user logs off for example
- A comprehensive review of the Windows documentation has been performed.
- Preparations for allowing Apache to be built using the free Borland bcc 5.5 compiler
- Support for the new FreeBSD accept filters feature. This feature postpones the requirement for a child process to handle a new connection until a HTTP request has arrived, therefore increasing the number of connections that a given number of child processes can handle
- A number of alterations for the MPE platform including fixing error reporting, updating the DSO code to be compatible with a recent OS patch, refining user and group management, and initial support for the proxy module
- The default serialised accept has been changed for AIX 4.3 to provide a substantial performance improvement on multiple CPU machines serving large numbers of concurrent clients
- DSO support added for BS2000 and OS/390 USS platforms
- A directory layout for Solaris 8 has been added to the configuration system
- The proxy module mod_proxy has been patched so that it can be built on BeOS 4.5.2
- Updated configuration script to allow building on IBM's IA-64 version of AIX
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