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This fork of the mod_fastcgi code compiles against Apache 2.4. This fork of the FastCGI code compiles against apache24. PATCHES in the Byte branch ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hey there! You found the Byte branch. Well done. We keep some patches in here: * byte-compile-against-apache24.diff Compile against Apache 2.4 * byte-new-packet-type-byte_acc.diff This is a new FCGI packet type that we invented to transport CPU usage information from the FCGI process manager to the Apache webserver. You should not apply this patch if you do not also have the FCGI packet implemented, allthough it should not hurt to have support for this packet. README for mod_fastcgi ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ mod_fastcgi is a module for the Apache web server, that enables FastCGI - a standards based protocol for communicating with applications that generate dynamic content for web pages. FastCGI provides a superset of CGI functionality, but a subset of the functionality of programming for a particular web server API. Nonetheless, the feature set is rich enough for programming virtually any type of web application, but the result is generally more scalable. For more information on FastCGI, see http://www.fastcgi.com/ For information on installing mod_fastcgi with Apache 1.3.x, see the file INSTALL. For information on installing mod_fastcgi with Apache 2.x, see the file INSTALL.AP2. For information on configuring an installed instance of mod_fastcgi, see the file mod_fastcgi.html in the docs/ directory, also available online at: http://www.fastcgi.com/mod_fastcgi/docs/mod_fastcgi.html For information on programming FastCGI applications, see: http://www.fastcgi.com/#Docs Finally, if you get stuck - start with the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) file at: http://www.fastcgi.com/docs/faq.html If you still can't find an answer, join the developer's mailing list at: http://fastcgi.com/fastcgi-developers