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modules Support %{c}h for conn-hostname, %h for useragent_host
os mod_http2 larger with 64-bit VS 2012 RelWithDebInfo build
server A rather ugly patch since the code was refactored recently to exclude
srclib remove leftovers from initial libapreq import
support Support for OpenSSL 1.1.0
test Testing SVN commit
.gdbinit .gdbinit: Add dump_skiplist.
ABOUT_APACHE Resolves bz55123 - spaces around emdashes.
Apache-apr2.dsw Sync some (more) http2 stuff with 2.4.x.
Apache.dsw Sync some (more) http2 stuff with 2.4.x.
BuildAll.dsp Add modules/examples/, and a new BuildAll dummy stub.
BuildBin.dsp Windows traditional build files for mod_h2
CHANGES hostname: Test and log useragent_host per-request across various modu…
CMakeLists.txt More mod_proxy_http2 build support:
INSTALL we no longer provide .msi installers for Windows
InstallBin.dsp Mirror r483555, for GUI environment. Reason for the duplication is to…
LAYOUT Fix obvious errors. Probably the rest of the
LICENSE skiplist is now in apr 1.5 and above Use different variables to track normal add nghttp2 and libxml2 stuff to NOTICE.txt & COPYRIGHT.txt
NOTICE Happy New Year 2016
NWGNUmakefile mod_ssl: Add hooks to allow other modules to perform processing at
README remove some broken links, point to better resources
README.cmake Support mod_http2 in cmake-based build for Windows
README.platforms Make up-to-date
ROADMAP Fix a number of typos and misspellings. Reported by Ville Skytta.
STATUS Remove obsolete TODOs for mod_ssl:
VERSIONING fix a minor typo
acinclude.m4 Use different variables to track normal
ap.d Import the core parts of the DTrace patch. This is a modified and upd…
apache_probes.d catch up on recently-added hooks
buildconf Just in case the Makefile is incompatible, remove the
config.layout Introduce Slackware layout. httpd compiles warning free on gcc and every new warning will be trea…
emacs-style Don't use tabs.
httpd.dsp Windows manifests are ;1 for .exe, ;2 for .dll and .so - ref: http://…
libhttpd.dsp Add util_fcgi.h and associated definitions and support


                          Apache HTTP Server

  What is it?

  The Apache HTTP Server is a powerful and flexible HTTP/1.1 compliant
  web server.  Originally designed as a replacement for the NCSA HTTP
  Server, it has grown to be the most popular web server on the
  Internet.  As a project of the Apache Software Foundation, the
  developers aim to collaboratively develop and maintain a robust,
  commercial-grade, standards-based server with freely available
  source code.

  The Latest Version

  Details of the latest version can be found on the Apache HTTP
  server project page under


  The documentation available as of the date of this release is
  included in HTML format in the docs/manual/ directory.  The most
  up-to-date documentation can be found at


  Please see the file called INSTALL.  Platform specific notes can be
  found in README.platforms.


  Please see the file called LICENSE.

  Cryptographic Software Notice

  This distribution may include software that has been designed for use
  with cryptographic software.  The country in which you currently reside
  may have restrictions on the import, possession, use, and/or re-export
  to another country, of encryption software.  BEFORE using any encryption
  software, please check your country's laws, regulations and policies
  concerning the import, possession, or use, and re-export of encryption
  software, to see if this is permitted.  See <>
  for more information.

  The U.S. Government Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and
  Security (BIS), has classified this software as Export Commodity 
  Control Number (ECCN) 5D002.C.1, which includes information security
  software using or performing cryptographic functions with asymmetric
  algorithms.  The form and manner of this Apache Software Foundation
  distribution makes it eligible for export under the License Exception
  ENC Technology Software Unrestricted (TSU) exception (see the BIS 
  Export Administration Regulations, Section 740.13) for both object 
  code and source code.

  The following provides more details on the included files that
  may be subject to export controls on cryptographic software:

    Apache httpd 2.0 and later versions include the mod_ssl module under
    for configuring and listening to connections over SSL encrypted
    network sockets by performing calls to a general-purpose encryption
    library, such as OpenSSL or the operating system's platform-specific
    SSL facilities.

    In addition, some versions of apr-util provide an abstract interface
    for symmetrical cryptographic functions that make use of a
    general-purpose encryption library, such as OpenSSL, NSS, or the
    operating system's platform-specific facilities. This interface is
    known as the apr_crypto interface, with implementation beneath the
    /crypto directory. The apr_crypto interface is used by the
    mod_session_crypto module available under
    for optional encryption of session information.

    Some object code distributions of Apache httpd, indicated with the
    word "crypto" in the package name, may include object code for the
    OpenSSL encryption library as distributed in open source form from

  The above files are optional and may be removed if the cryptographic
  functionality is not desired or needs to be excluded from redistribution.
  Distribution packages of Apache httpd that include the word "nossl"
  in the package name have been created without the above files and are
  therefore not subject to this notice.


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