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Re: a question



Jiang Tao writes:
> I have noticed that w3c httpd doesn't run on windows:
> http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Library/User/Platform/Windows.html

W3C httpd or CERN httpd is a full featured HTTP server which you can find at 

	http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Daemon/

However, we are not really maintaining it anymore as Anselm Baird-Smith has 
started work on a next generation server. The CERN httpd is very unix specific 
and will not run on NT.

> Does that mean it will be difficult for me to
> develope a http server on windows (NT) with 
> w3c lib?

The main purpose of the new Mini Server is to show that the Library indeed can 
be used for writing servers - also for NT. As you all know, the server is 
_not_ full featured, but the latest version that we announced a couple of days 
ago can work as a proxy (and possibly as a normal server).

This new server model is very fast and very portable - but again - not 
complete, but I am very interested if you would like to have a look at it.

As notmal, you can get the full distribution from

	http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Distribution.html

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