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 2.3.10 Changelog
  • mod_rewrite: Don't implicitly URL-escape the original query string when no substitution has changed it. PR 50447. [Eric Covener]
  • core: Honor 'AcceptPathInfo OFF' during internal redirects, such as per-directory mod_rewrite substitutions. PR 50349. [Eric Covener]
  • mod_rewrite: Add 'RewriteOptions InheritBefore' to put the base rules/conditions before the overridden rules/conditions. PR 39313. [Jérôme Grandjanny ]
  • mod_autoindex: add IndexIgnoreReset to reset the list of IndexIgnored filenames in higher precedence configuration sections. PR 24243. [Eric Covener]
  • mod_cgid: RLimit* directive support for mod_cgid. PR 42135 [Eric Covener]
  • core: Fail startup when the argument to ServerName looks like a glob or a regular expression instead of a hostname (*?[]). PR 39863 [Rahul Nair ]
  • mod_userdir: Add merging of enable, disable, and filename arguments to UserDir directive, leaving enable/disable of userlists unmerged. PR 44076 [Eric Covener]
  • httpd: When no -k option is provided on the httpd command line, the server was starting without checking for an existing pidfile. PR 50350 [Eric Covener]
  • mod_proxy: Put the worker in error state if the SSL handshake with the backend fails. PR 50332. [Daniel Ruggeri , Ruediger Pluem]
  • mod_cache_disk: Fix Windows build which was broken after renaming the module. [Gregg L. Smith]