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release. If you do not feel comfortable compiling and working with code, the Apache Group strongly recommends that you wait for a more stable beta release before you try this version. Apache 2.0a9 under Windows has undergone some testing as well. There are known issues in the current release with regards to Apache on windows 95 and 98. We are working through those problems, and hope to have them fixed for future releases of the 2.0 alpha. There are new snapshots of the Apache httpd source available every 6 hours from http://dev.apache.org/from-cvs/apache-2.0/ - please download and test if you feel brave. We don't guarantee anything except that it will take up disk space, but if you have the time and skills, please give it a spin on your platforms. Apache has been the most popular web server on the Internet since April of 1996. The May 2000 WWW server site survey by Netcraft (see: 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 Changes with Apache 2.0a9 *) Win32 now requires perl to complete the final install step for users to build + install on Win32. Makefile.win now rewrites @@ServerRoot@ and installs the conf, htdocs and htdocs/manual directories. [William Rowe] *) Make mod_include use a hash table to associate directive tags with functions. This allows modules to implement their own SSI tags easily. The idea is simple enough, a module can insert it's own tag and function combination into a hash table provided by mod_include. While mod_include parses an SSI file, when it encounters a tag in the file, it does a hash lookup to find the function that implements that tag, and passes all of the relevant data to the function. That function is then
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