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META-BUG: Reduce the dependency of libapr and apache from the standalone version (nginx and IIS) #661

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zimmerle opened this Issue Feb 10, 2014 · 6 comments

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zimmerle commented Feb 10, 2014

Due to historical reasons ModSecurity depends on Apache and libapr, even the standalone module which today is used by the Nginx version and IIS. It means that the users have to have Apache and Libapr in order to get ModSecurity build for Nginx.

This meta bug was created to keep register of any effort or ideas in order to get standalone module independent of Apache or libapr.

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Felix-Tan Feb 11, 2014

Firstly, we need to break the dependency upon Apache httpd,i.e. to replace all ap_http_* with apr_* in standalone.lib.

Felix-Tan commented Feb 11, 2014

Firstly, we need to break the dependency upon Apache httpd,i.e. to replace all ap_http_* with apr_* in standalone.lib.

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abedra Apr 30, 2014

+1. Interested in working on this!

abedra commented Apr 30, 2014

+1. Interested in working on this!

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#686 depends on this issue.

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zimmerle commented Jun 18, 2015

#686 depends on this issue.

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This is no longer a concern with libModSecurity. Further information here: https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/tree/v3/master

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zimmerle commented May 9, 2017

This is no longer a concern with libModSecurity. Further information here: https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/tree/v3/master

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Vincent-- May 26, 2017

Hi,

Is libModSecurity ready for production? Do we have a stable release?
Thanking you in advance.

Vincent-- commented May 26, 2017

Hi,

Is libModSecurity ready for production? Do we have a stable release?
Thanking you in advance.

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There is no official release yet. I would recommend to give it a try.

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zimmerle commented May 26, 2017

There is no official release yet. I would recommend to give it a try.

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