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    midnight coder
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    Apache 2.0 is out

    http://httpd.apache.org/

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    Hooray!
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    I installed it last night. I was planning on keeping my original config, since it's about 1500 lines. It has all sorts of weird access control stuff that I spent hours on. But apparently, there are enough differences between 1.3 and 2.0 that you can't just use the same one.

    I can't wait until mod_perl, PHP, mod_gzip, and Apachetoolbox are out for 2.0.

    For those of you who are running 1.3.x with any of the above modules, you are out of luck unless you want to run alpha/beta-quality code. If your site is just HTML and CGI, 2.0 will be fine for you. Otherwise, wait for the programmers to release their 2.0 modules.

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    oh, wow! i didn't know it was out of beta! awesome.

    Quinn, i didn't realize that the current PHP wouldn't work with it.

    how long do you think before mod_gzip works with it? is mod_gzip even being developed anymore?
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    I learned of the release when I saw a pig flying by my window and when my grandma got an unusually large order for hand-knitted sweaters from hell.

    I am simply repeating what I heard elsewhere. CVS PHP works on 2.0, but it's untested. mod_gzip's homepage says nothing about 2.0 compatibility, and since the APIs are completely different, I must assume that it isn't out yet for this release of Apache.

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    i see that Apache 2.0 comes with mod_deflate, which it says is for compression. does that mean you can use mod_deflate instead of mod_gzip? the page for mod_deflate doesn't have much info. it doesn't appear to have a lot of configuration directives like mod_gzip.

    so what can somebody tell me?

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    Wonder when the Win32 binaries come out. mod_deflate is also "experimental" right now...hope compatible versions of softwares come out soon.
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