eWEEK: Apache 2.0 scales to Windows
"Because of the new run-time layer, Apache is no longer coded directly to POSIX interfaces; the use of buggy, poorly performing POSIX libraries is why Apache currently doesn't run as well on non-Unix operating systems as it does on Unix-based operating systems. Apache 2.0 takes advantage of native system calls on all its platforms and so will be more stable and faster than previous releases." A basic review of Apache 2.0: Apache 2.0 implements new module design. Unlike Apache 1.3 modules, Apache 2.0 modules can be layered so they can modify one another's output-a Common Gateway Interface program can now have its output processed by another module, for example. ...
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