Apache HTTP Server / modules /

Filename Size Date modified Message
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aaa
arch
cache
dav
debug
echo
experimental
filters
generators
http
ldap
loggers
mappers
metadata
proxy
ssl
test
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The directory structure for this level is as follows:

aaa/
  This directory contains modules dealing with authorization and
  authentication.

arch/

cache/
  This directory houses modules that implement file and data caching
  capability.

dav/
  This directory houses modules that implement WebDAV functionality.

echo/

experimental/
  In this directory we've placed some modules which we think
  provide some pretty interesting functionality, but which
  are still in the early stages of development and could
  evolve radically in the future.  This code isn't supported
  officially.

filters/
  This directory houses modules that perform general inline data filtering.

generators/
  This directory houses modules that perform data generation functions.

http/
  This directory houses modules that basic HTTP protocol implementation.

loggers/
  This directory houses modules that handle logging functions.

mappers/
  This directory houses modules that handle URL mapping and
  rewriting.

metadata/
  This directory houses modules that deal with Header metadata.

proxy/
  This houses the code for the proxy module for Apache.

ssl/
  This directory houses code for OpenSSL functionality.

test/
  This directory houses modules which test various components 
  of Apache.  You should not compile these into a production
  server.  

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