Project description.

The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT.

The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards

Apache 2.0.28 Changelog
  • Fix infinite loop in mod_cgid.c. [Dale Ghent , Brian Pane ]
  • When no port is given in a "ServerName host" directive, the server_rec->port is now set to zero, not 80. That allows for run-time deduction of the correct server port (depending on SSL/plain, and depending also on the current setting of UseCanonicalName). This change makes redirections work, even with https:// connections. As in Apache-1.3, the connection's actual port number is never used, only the ServerName setting or the client's Host: setting. Documentation updated to reflect the change. [Martin Kraemer]
  • Add a '%{note-name}e' argument to mod-headers, which works in the same way as mod_log_confg. [Ian Holsman]
  • Fix the spelling of the AP_MPMQ_MIN_SPARE_DAEMONS and AP_MPMQ_MAX_REQUESTS_DAEMON macros in ap_mpm.h and all standard MPMs. [Cliff Woolley]
  • Introduce htdbm, a user management utility for db/dbm authorization databases. [Mladen Turk ]
  • Optimize usage of strlen and strcat in ap_directory_walk. [Brian Pane ]