The expected-to-be-final alpha release of Apache HTTP Server
(aka, Apache httpd) 2.3.10-alpha is now available for download,
test and use.
Based on user and developer feedback, the next release of the
next-gen version of Apache httpd will likely be our first beta.
The hope and expectation is to push for a quick beta cycle and
a 2.4.0 GA release around the beginning of 2011.
Apache httpd 2.3.10-alpha can be found at:
The Apache Software Foundation and The Apache HTTP Server Project
are pleased to announce the 2.13 release of libapreq2. This
Announcement notes significant changes introduced by this release.
libapreq2-2.13 is released under the Apache License
version 2.0. It is now available through the ASF mirrors
and has entered the CPAN as
size: 891320 bytes
libapreq2 is an APR-based shared library used for parsing HTTP cookies,
query-strings and POST data. This package provides
1) version 2.8.0 of the libapreq2 library,
2) mod_apreq2, a filter module necessary for using libapreq2
within the Apache HTTP Server,
3) the Apache2::Request, Apache2::Cookie, and Apache2::Upload
perl modules for using libapreq2 with mod_perl2.
Changes with libapreq2-2.13 (released December 3, 2010)
- HTTP Only Cookie [Robert Stone & Adam Prime]
The C and Perl Cookie APIs now support an HttpOnly flag to tell
user agents to deny client-side script access to the cookie
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