Apache devs release version 2.4, first major update in six years

Apache devs release version 2.4, first major update in six years

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The Apache Software Foundation has announced the availability of Apache 2.4, a major update of the popular open source HTTP server. The arrival of the new version, which is the first major release of Apache in six years, coincides with the software's 17th anniversary. The Apache project emerged in...
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